Scattered storms will bring rain and lightning to parts of Central Florida on Saturday.
A drier Saturday morning led to scattered storms throughout the afternoon and early evening hours.
Storm activity, with lightning and heavy rain, was moderate to high in some areas.
Parts of Central Florida saw more than 3 inches of rainfall.
The storm coverage is expected to clear out Saturday evening.
High temperatures were around the low 90s with lows Saturday evening in the mid-70s.
Central Florida will see a 60% to 70% chance of storms Sunday.
Really hope these storms can continue weakening...but they comprise another slug of rain that will take a while to pass #Daytona if they hold together. #WFTV #FLwx #Florida @DISupdates @CBrueyWFTV pic.twitter.com/biDE8fhnVd— George Waldenberger (@GWaldenWFTV) July 6, 2019
Some development of this disturbance moving into the Gulf area is possible next week. We'll keep an eye on it. For now, afternoon storms today and tomorrow! #WFTV #FLwx #Orlando #Florida pic.twitter.com/gUTZjDW3Lw— George Waldenberger (@GWaldenWFTV) July 6, 2019
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