• Don't let that sunshine fool you: More showers for Central Florida, dozens of flights canceled

    By: Kevin Williams


    CENTRAL FLORIDA - Expect more showers and storms Monday, after a stormy Sunday that's causing dozens of flight cancellations at Orlando International Airport.

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    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 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.

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    Watch Certified Meteorologist Rusty McCranie's 5-day forecast

    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.

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