CENTRAL FLORIDA - Expect more showers and storms Monday, after a stormy Sunday that's causing dozens of flight cancellations at Orlando International Airport.
The showers moving across Central Florida for the morning commute started as strong storms that knocked out power to thousands in the Tampa area Monday morning.
Channel 9 certified meteorologist Rusty McCranie said the sun will reemerge as showers pass, but another round of isolated showers and storms is possible later Monday.
The rain continues to weaken, but it is widespread across Orange County right now.— Rusty McCranie (@RMcCranieWFTV) July 23, 2018
The roads are already wet, and this rain won't help that.
Grab those umbrellas, more scattered showers and storms expected this afternoon, pic.twitter.com/7ITM3BkOYr
The showers follow a Sunday evening round of storms that brought heavy rain, isolated flooding, thunder and lightning to Central Florida. The National Weather Service issued a flood warning for Lake and Volusia counties until 2 p.m. and for Seminole County until Wednesday morning.
Several flights are delayed or canceled going out of Orlando International Airport. Check your flight status by clicking here.
Yesterday was no fun. ⛈— Orlando International Airport (@MCO) July 23, 2018
Thanks to all for hanging in there during the storms. Airline ops were greatly impacted but getting back to normal. Lingering delays possible. Contact your airline for flight and baggage updates. pic.twitter.com/sY98F7CFMz
Showers and storms are widespread across Central Florida this morning.— Rusty McCranie (@RMcCranieWFTV) July 23, 2018
It is going to be a wet drive.
Once this slug of rain moves out later this morning, additional storms will develop again this afternoon.
Tracking it now on @wftv pic.twitter.com/KSQwXQ7KUk
After the wet start to the day, highs will reach the low 90s with another chance of showers and storms later that are more typical for a summer afternoon in Florida.
For Coverage You Can Count On, watch Eyewitness News This Morning from 7 to 9 a.m. on TV 27 with Certified Meteorologist Rusty McCranie and Traffic Anchor Racquel Asa.
Check out the strong wind gusts in Daytona Beach Shores before the storms arrived earlier today. (Video Jane Bloom) #flwx #stormalert9— Irene Sans (@IreneSans) July 22, 2018
Noten como las ráfagas se llevan la sombrilla en Daytona Beach Shores antes de que llegaran las tormentas. pic.twitter.com/EDB2KXu2Ox
Winds gusting 50+ mph in Brevard County...look at the waves on the Intracoastal as these storms passed. Video by Diana Kuber @@jiminyswish #WFTV #StormAlert9 #Brevard #FLwx #Florida pic.twitter.com/DChbRBv6ZO— George Waldenberger (@GWaldenWFTV) July 22, 2018
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