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Stalled front could bring excess rain to Florida

A cold front which is moving through the lower Southeast is expected to slow down or stall over Florida, bringing rain to much of the peninsula as well as along the East Coast over the next week.  Rainfall amounts in central Florida could reach 2.5 to 3 inches, with even higher amounts off the coast.

Meanwhile, the third tropical depression of the year is expected to form in the Atlantic Ocean overnight, but the path of the storm is expected to remain out to sea and it should not affect most of the Southeast.