CENTRAL FLORIDA - A tornado warning issued for Brevard and Orange counties Wednesday night has been lifted, but stormy weather is expected to continue.
The National Weather Service said a severe thunderstorm, capable of producing a tornado was spotted 7 miles southeast of Titusville, moving northeast at 10 mph.
At 11 p.m. the heaviest part of the storm was just moving into the Titusville and Mims communities.
The warning for Orange County was lifted shortly before 11 p.m. The Brevard warning was lifted a few minutes after 11 p.m.
Scattered showers and storms are likely Wednesday night in Orange and Osceola counties. Isolated severe storms are possible, likely with hail.
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It is all ahead of a main storm system that is on its way. That means the counties could have more rain and storms Thursday. Some of the storms on Thursday could rotate, and isolated tornadoes are possible through Friday morning.
"The silver lining will be the beneficial rain. Up to 2 inches of rain, if not more, is likely," said Shields.
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