LIVE RADAR: Severe thunderstorms move through Flagler, Volusia counties Saturday night

ORLANDO, Fla. — Scattered storms will continue to move through Central Florida Saturday evening into Sunday.

8:45 p.m. update:

A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Flagler County until 9 p.m.

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A strong storms is moving over Bunnell and toward the beach towns.

Storms bring 60mph wind, small hail and lightning threat.

6:22 p.m. update:

It was an early start Saturday of morning storms for northern communities of Central Florida. There was storm damage, lightning and 4 inches of rain in spots, while to the south of Orlando, many areas stayed dry all day.

On Saturday evening, a few spotty showers mainly to the north of Orlando will be possible. A stationary front sits just to the north of Orlando. Along it, a few more storms developing over the Panhandle will possibly surge into some Central Florida neighborhoods overnight.

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Scattered rain and an isolated storms will be possible both overnight and Sunday morning, especially for areas north of State Road 50.

On Sunday, scattered rain will be possible throughout the day into the evening. The highest rain chances will be for Marion, Lake, Sumter, Volusia and Flagler counties. We will keep an eye on the other areas, including the Orlando metro, for an isolated strong storm.

A wet weather pattern is shaping up for Monday and Tuesday, with drier weather in the forecast for the second half of the workweek.

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On Saturday, a nearby front will keep our chances of rain around.

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The front will head slightly north before heading south. The heaviest rain will be near the front.

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The rest of the weekend and into next week will remain the same.

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On Saturday, northern parts of Central Florida will have the greatest chance of rains and storms. Southern zones will remain dry and hot with highs in the upper 80s.

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