A dry and partly cloudy morning Saturday will give way to a chance for afternoon storms across Central Florida.
High temperatures will reach the mid-90s with a heat index in the 100s in some areas.
Scattered showers moved into the Space Coast early Saturday but fizzled out before noon.
Most of the afternoon storms will be centered over the I-4 corridor. Some areas could see more than an inch of rain.
On average, Central Florida will have a 40% chance for rain Saturday.
Most of the heaviest storm activity will be in the later afternoon to early evening hours.
Conditions will dry out overnight and Sunday will see much of the same.
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Storms continue to fire up across Central Florida.— Rusty McCranie (@RMcCranieWFTV) July 20, 2019
Most of the activity has crossed I-4 and continues to move Northeast.
Nothing severe, but downpours, frequent lightning, and gusty winds will accompany the stronger storms. pic.twitter.com/RwJUYFANd9
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