ORLANDO, Fla. — Scattered storms have been firing off across Central Florida over the last couple hours.
The main threats so far are lightning and isolated pockets of small hail.
These storms should build a little more until 8 p.m., then taper off.
Isolated showers will be possible overnight and Monday morning.
Monday afternoon, temperatures will warm back into the upper 80s, with scattered storms developing for some neighborhoods.
A daily chance of afternoon storms will follow through the week.
It looks like we’re easing into the wet season and now only two days until hurricane season officially begins.
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