Storms roll through Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. — A few storms are possible into the evening.


Meteorologist George Waldenberger said the highest chance of getting some of this rain will be west of Orlando: Lake, Sumter, Marion and Polk Counties.

Afternoon storms will be a little more widespread the next two days; lightning and areas of minor street flooding will be the greatest threats.

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Tropics are no concerns for us, but a new area, a tropical wave over the tropical Atlantic, may show signs of development by the weekend as it moves over the Western Caribbean and Southwestern Gulf.

It will stay well south of us, but there is an ongoing rain threat for parts of Mexico hit by Alberto last week.

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