An area of low pressure will move into the Bahamas over the next couple of days, prompting the National Hurricane Center to issue a Special Tropical Weather Outlook. As the low moves slowly northward, it could begin to gradually acquire subtropical characteristics as early as Thursday or Friday, the NHC said. Officials said there’s a 30 percent chance of formation through the next five days. “The low will stay weak and continue to move to the north, likely staying off the coast of Florida into the end of the week,” Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said. “The low moving along the coast later this week could actually bring some dry air and lower rain chances for Central Florida by the end of the week.”

Rain chances will be minimal Monday in Central Florida. “A few showers along the coast will try to move inland, with most of them dying out as they encounter dry air,” Bridges said. “Moisture will increase throughout the atmosphere Thursday, with the rain chances at 30 percent Tuesday and Wednesday.”Temperatures will warm into the low 80s for most areas Monday and Tuesday afternoon. The average high temperature in Orlando is 85 degrees. MORE