Afternoon storms caused roads to flood and created travel delays Sunday as showers dropped inches of rainfall around Central Florida.
Scattered showers and storms moved through Sunday afternoon, with some areas seeing lightning and strong winds.
Several locations Sunday picked up between 2-4 inches of rainfall, which led to minor street flooding in some areas.
Driving winds pushed storms to the East Coast throughout the afternoon and evening.
The afternoon rain and storm trend will continue this week as high temperatures reach the low 90s for most of Central Florida.
An area of low pressure that will move though the Southeast over the next five days has a 60% chance of tropical development.
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