ORLANDO, Fla. — 5:30 p.m. update:
Isolated storms will continue until the late evening on Saturday, mainly in Polk, Lake, Marion and Sumter Counties, before falling apart.
Weather will be rather quiet Monday morning although we can’t rule out an isolated shower.
Monday afternoon, especially after 2 p.m., storms will be more widespread and there will be an isolated rash of severe storms as well.
Small hail and gusty winds will be the main threat through 9 p.m. on Monday. We will see drier weather by the end of the week.
A hot and humid Sunday helped to fuel afternoon storms in Central Florida.
Before the storms moved in, most inland areas saw highs in the low 90s, with temperatures feeling like they were in the upper 90s.
Afternoon seabreeze storms developed along the east coast before moving west over the I-4 corridor.
Fast-moving downpours will move over Orlando before impacting Marion, Lake and Sumter counties.
Storms will continue moving through the western areas late afternoon through early evening.
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Those showers will taper this evening, before repeating again tomorrow with more scattered storms
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