A hot and steamy morning will lead to increased chances for rain and storms Sunday afternoon.
Highs are expected to reach the low to mid-90s with heat index values ranging from 98-103 degrees.
Storms were rolling over Central Florida on Sunday afternoon, bringing 60 mph wind gusts and prompting a severe thunderstorm warning for Orange and Seminole counties.
Some areas will see lots of lightning and torrential rainfall with the chance for a quick 1-2 inchs of rain.
By late afternoon, storms will shift west of Orlando and focus over Lake, Sumter, Marion and Polk counties before tapering for Sunday evening.
The biggest concerns will be heavy rain, winds gusts over 50 mph and coin-sized hail in some areas.
There is also a tropical disturbance in the Atlantic that has a 20% chance of developing over the next five days.
Catch up on your full five-day forecast below:
Storms starting to fire up in Brevard County. pic.twitter.com/Ik7UmmK5l3— Kassandra Crimi (@KCrimiWFTV) July 21, 2019
We're watching a weak tropical wave just east of the Bahamas. Low chance of development. pic.twitter.com/LXWz5GJmyn— Kassandra Crimi (@KCrimiWFTV) July 21, 2019
Follow our Severe Weather team on Twitter for live updates:
- Chief meteorologist Tom Terry
- Brian Shields
- Irene Sans
- Kassandra Crimi
- George Waldenberger
- Rusty McCranie
© 2019 Cox Media Group.