Storms continue into Sunday evening, Monday starts off quiet and dry

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.

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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.

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A hot and humid Sunday helped to fuel afternoon storms in Central Florida.

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Before the storms moved in, most inland areas saw highs in the low 90s, with temperatures feeling like they were in the upper 90s.

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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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