LIVE RADAR: Strong storms move into metro Orlando; very hot Labor Day weekend ahead

Strong storms move into metro Orlando

ORLANDO, Fla. — Strong thunderstorms rolled into Central Florida on Friday afternoon.

The scattered showers and storms will continue to move westward through Friday afternoon and evening.

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The storms are expected to move out from the region by sunset.

But that won’t be the last we see of them.

Friday’s weather pattern is expected to continue over the weekend and into Monday.

Chief meteorologist Tom Terry said an early season front will get stuck north of Orlando on Sunday and Labor Day.

Be ready for a very hot weekend.

Temperatures will climb to the mid 90s over the next few days in Central Florida.

The heat index will make it feel even hotter, ranging between 100-107 degrees.

Extreme heat! The heat index will climb over 100° the next few days...

Posted by Brian Shields, WFTV on Friday, September 4, 2020

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In the tropics, there are a few disturbances off the coast of Africa that could slowly develop throughout the weekend.

When it forms, the next storm will be named Paulette.

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