Scattered thunderstorms, showers move through Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. — Update:

Scattered seabreeze thunderstorms and showers were moving through Central Florida on Tuesday afternoon.


Storms will continue to pop up in the area through about 7 p.m. before things begin to quiet down overnight.

Another batch of warm, dry weather will soon make its way to the region.

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“A weak front will be moving into and south of our area through Wednesday as the winds shift to the north,” chief meteorologist Tom Terry said. “But the extra sun will bring even hotter (temperatures) -- in the mid-90s -- our way.”

Terry tracks Tuesday’s storms live on Channel 9 Eyewitness News, beginning at 4 p.m.

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Earlier story:

Central Florida will be hot, with a better chance of seeing rain and storms on Tuesday.

Our area will have a 40% chance of seeing rain and scattered storms.

The high temperature in Orlando should reach around 95 degrees Tuesday afternoon.

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We will continue to see highs in the mid-90s for the rest of the week.

Rain chances will be lower on Wednesday and Thursday before jumping back up on Friday.

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Tropics are thankfully quiet as we prepare for the start of hurricane season on Saturday.

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Jason Kelly

Jason Kelly, WFTV.com

Jason Kelly joined WFTV Channel 9 in 2014. He serves as the station's Digital Executive Producer.

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