Tropical moisture moved north on Father’s Day, which will help to increase chances for rain and storms across Central Florida.
Widely scattered showers and storms built up durring the early afternoon as sea breeze activity moved coastal showers inland.
WFTV meteorologist Kassandra Crimi forecast Sunday morning that the showers would bring isolated downpours and active lightning.
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High temperatures reached the mid- to upper 80s for most of the area.
Residents can expect to see the soggy weather pattern stick around over the next few days.
The rain chances will stay high before things dry out and heat up by the middle of the week.
New flood advisory....this one for N. Orange County and N. Lake County through 5pm. Minor flooding possible from N. #Apopka to #MTDora to #Umatilla and #PaisleyFL. #WFTV #FLwx #Florida pic.twitter.com/F8C0QMwfrT— George Waldenberger (@GWaldenWFTV) June 16, 2019
Minor flooding possible around #Orlando.— George Waldenberger (@GWaldenWFTV) June 16, 2019
2"+ of quick rainfall in some neighborhoods prompts flood advisory for Central Orange and SW Seminole County through 4:45pm. #WFTV #FLwx #StormAlert9 #Florida pic.twitter.com/y63F7HQmF8
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