Strong storms leave behind widespread showers

Strong storms leave behind widespread showers

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.

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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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STORM ALERT 9: Tornado Warning for parts of Orange and Lake counties

WATCH LIVE: The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado warning for western parts of Orange and Lake counties until 5:15pm. Seek shelter and watch Tom Terry live on Channel 9. LATEST: https://at.wftv.com/2PyOYUq

Posted by WFTV Channel 9 on Friday, November 2, 2018

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