How tropical disturbance 90-L is affecting Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. — As of mid-day Wednesday, the weak tropical disturbance 90-L was right above Central Florida.


It’s a disorganized rainmaker, focusing most of the heavy rains over South Florida.

Meteorologist George Waldenberger said Central Florida will see scattered afternoon downpours and occasional lightning strikes will continue and taper this evening.

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There will still be some rain during the evening commute in some spots of Central Florida, ending during the soccer match, so be on the lookout in case of lingering showers and lightning.

As the disturbance moves offshore and farther east, scattered storms will concentrate during the afternoons and evenings over the next two days. Then, drier air will shut much of the rain down for the weekend.

There are still a few spotty showers, though, with pockets of flooding, possible today, but the risk gradually diminishes day by day into the weekend.

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Carl-Max Millionard, WFTV.com

Carl-Max Millionard is a Content Creator for WFTV.com.

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