ORLANDO, Fla. — Scattered storms have been firing off across Central Florida over the last couple hours.
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The main threats so far are lightning and isolated pockets of small hail.
New storm developing over the East Side of Orlando may drop small hail. pic.twitter.com/LWMnne6BeK— George Waldenberger (@GWaldenWFTV) May 30, 2021
These storms should build a little more until 8 p.m., then taper off.
Isolated showers will be possible overnight and Monday morning.
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Monday afternoon, temperatures will warm back into the upper 80s, with scattered storms developing for some neighborhoods.
Heads up to our friends/family on the east side of Tampa:— George Waldenberger (@GWaldenWFTV) May 30, 2021
A severe storm moving to the southeast will bring a threat for 60mph wind gusts and 1" hail. Stay inside away from windows in the warned area. pic.twitter.com/4odtGSh2y2
A daily chance of afternoon storms will follow through the week.
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It looks like we’re easing into the wet season and now only two days until hurricane season officially begins.
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