ORLANDO, Fla. — UPDATE: A severe thunderstorm warning for Orlando expired at 7 p.m., but storms will still be an issue for the next couple of hours.
We’ve already had reports of golf ball size hail in DeBary and quarter size hail in Apopka. There are flood advisories in some areas north of Orlando after 2-3 inches of rain have fallen.
There has been a lot of lightning and a couple severe t-storm warnings along with numerous power outages. Storms should be tapering around sunset, but some rain will linger a little longer. But it’ll be quiet overnight.
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It’s going to be another hot day here in Central Florida on Sunday, with partly cloudy skies and temperatures reaching the mid-nineties. Today’s high hitting a temperature of 94.
The heat index will reach triple digits again today, reaching between 100-105 degrees.
There will be a 40% chance of rain on Sunday, with slow moving storms heading inland and drier condition along the coast.
Temperatures will drop into the evening with a low of 76 and partly cloudy skies.
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