CENTRAL FLORIDA — Rain will linger for much of Central Florida Friday evening after a strong line of afternoon storms moved across the region.
Channel 9 certified chief meteorologist Tom Terry has been tracking the showers and strong storms that moved in from the west. For a time, the line of storms sparked tornado warnings for parts of Orange, Lake, Sumter and Polk counties. Those tornado warnings have since expired.
By evening, there will be some showers and temperatures will be about 65 degrees.
By Saturday, the cooler temperatures will stick around with a high of 75 degrees. Sunday will bring scattered showers.
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