A developing low-pressure system in the Gulf of Mexico is expected to produce rain and thunderstorms, some of which could be severe, for parts of Florida and the Southeast through the middle of the week.
Forecast models vary on the system's timing but show the low moving onshore in Florida on Tuesday and making its way east across the state.
Forecasters will be keeping a close eye on where the system moves ashore to determine where the highest chance for storms will be located.
The combination of a front and low-pressure system will mean some areas of Florida and the Southeast could pick up several inches of rain by the time weather clears up.
Areas of Central and South Florida are expected to see less rainfall over the next couple of days, but meteorologists warn the rain could be heavy in the scattered storms.
The expected rains could put a damper on vacation plans to some of the popular theme parks.
The FOX Weather app is forecasting thunderstorms for cities along the Interstate 4 corridor, including Orlando, on Tuesday.
AAA says the theme parks are expected to be busy during the holiday season and rank as one of the top destinations for travelers.
Before you get stuck in the rain, make sure to download the FOX Weather app to try to avoid the downpours and track the storms using 3D radar.