Wet Wednesday: Showers & storms soak Central Florida

Wet Wednesday: Showers & storms soak Central Florida

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — 2:30 p.m.

The strong storms has produced flooding in Volusia County.

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2:00 p.m.

Another round of storms approaching Orlando has the potential to produce funnel clouds, according to certified meteorologist George Waldenberger.

11:30 a.m.

The rainy morning is turning into a rainy midday, with more showers and storms expected this afternoon.

Some of those afternoon storms could be strong, said Channel 9 meteorologist Brian Shields.

5 a.m.

Be ready for showers and storms Wednesday.

The day is starting with isolated showers. Some could stay dry with a mix of sun and clouds, but the chance for showers and storms increases throughout the day.

Some of those afternoon storms could be strong, said Channel 9 meteorologist Brian Shields.

Tuesday’s scattered showers and storms brought as much as two inches of rain to parts of Central Florida in a short period of time.

Shields said afternoon storms will become regular as Central Florida enters the summer wet season.

Watch below: meteorologist Brian Shields' 5-Day forecast: