ORLANDO, Fla. — Heavy rain continues to move through Central Florida.
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11 a.m. update
Heavy rain continues to move through parts of Central Florida.
The rain is mostly in the Palm Bay and Melbourne areas.
8:46 a.m. update
The tornado warning has expired in Brevard County.
8:36 a.m. update
The tornado warning includes Cocoa Beach and will be in effect until 8:45 a.m.
Tornado Warning including Cocoa Beach FL until 8:45 AM EDT pic.twitter.com/vfNXY89W0I— NWS Tornado (@NWStornado) April 1, 2022
Tornado Warning Take action now if you are in shaded area.— Kassandra Crimi (@KCrimiWFTV) April 1, 2022
A tornado has been detected. Go to the lowest, most central room in your home. Stay away from windows. Brevard #StormAlert9 pic.twitter.com/vPA9tTpXTF
7:45 a.m. update
The flood advisory in effect for Orange, Seminole, Lake and Volusia counties has expired.
The storms are still moving through Central Florida.
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4:30 a.m. update
A flood advisory is in effect for several Central Florida counties as a line of storms moves through the area.
The flood advisory will be in effect for Orange, Seminole, Lake and Volusia counties until 7:15 a.m.
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Heavy rain and storms will continue through the morning.
Some locations have already seen more than 4 inches of rainfall.
The line of showers and storms will slowly drift southward through the day.
Channel 9 meteorologists will be tracking wet weather for most of the morning.
There will be dry times through the afternoon, with highs in the 80s.
Saturday is a weather alert day.
The threat of severe weather has increased slightly, putting most of Central Florida at risk of isolated severe storms.
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The main threats are damaging wind gusts and hail.
The storms are expected to move in on Saturday afternoon and evening.
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We've had some VERY heavy rain across Central FL through the overnight.— Kassandra Crimi (@KCrimiWFTV) April 1, 2022
Many communities have already picked up 2-5" of rain...and it's still coming down.
Flood Advisory has been issued as street flooding is possible, especially near low lying areas and areas with poor drainage. pic.twitter.com/X9FPd7QxmZ
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