ORLANDO, Fla. — After a fairly sunny start early Saturday morning, clouds started gathering to bring scattered showers and storms around Central Florida.
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Storms should not be too intense Saturday, but the rain will be fairly widespread throughout the afternoon.
Here we go again: 5" rainfall totals possible between DeLand and Deltona, a flood advisory is in place through 5:45 pm. Minor street flooding is possible; please steer clear of any water-covered roadways. Note: this is just 10 miles SW of where we received 7"+ of rain yesterday. pic.twitter.com/sL5VXc1o74— George Waldenberger (@GWaldenWFTV) June 26, 2021
High temperatures will be in the 80s for most of Central Florida.
Although it's a fairly sunny start, clouds will quickly build back in in the late morning hours, and showers and storms will break out not long after that. Storms won't be as intense today, but the rain will be fairly widespread this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/dyv6AEgaCS— Rusty McCranie (@RMcCranieWFTV) June 26, 2021
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Slightly drier weather is expected on Sunday.
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