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Posted: Fri Jun 24 19:03:13 2022

...Lingering Rains and Isolated Storms Will Gradually Diminish...


Light to moderate rain with occasional lightning strikes over Volusia county will diminish as will the light rain over metro Orlando by 10 pm. Isolated storms continue to percolate over Brevard, Indian River, Saint Lucie and MArtin counties where instability remains to be worked over. The threat for strong to severe storms has ended but heavy rain and gusty winds up to 40 mph will be possible.



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Posted by Meteorologist - scott.kelly


Posted: Fri Jun 24 16:37:56 2022

...Storms Beginning To Develop North of I-4...


As of 5 PM, a line of lightning storms is ongoing just off the Volusia coast, moving very slowly to the east away from shore, and a large area of debris showers extends from Orlando to Leesburg and Daytona Beach. Isolated to scattered lightning storms are popping up across the interior just south of Orlando, which will continue to be the active storm area for the next few hours. After that, debris showers will continue for a few more hours towards around sunset.

A few storms may become strong, producing wind gusts of 40 to 50 mph, small hail, torrential downpours of 1 to 3 inches, and frequent cloud to ground lightning. In addition, slow moving storms may lead to flooding of urban and low lying areas. Turn around, don't drown!

Areas that did not receive rain, mainly the Lake O region, remain hot with temperatures still in the low 90s and heat indices just under criteria (107F). Remain careful outside as temperatures slowly drop through the evening.

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Posted by Meteorologist - robert.haley


Posted: Fri Jun 24 14:00:35 2022

...Storms Beginning To Develop North of I-4...


As of 3 PM, scattered to numerous thunderstorms have developed from Cedar Key to Leesburg and Daytona Beach, as well as along the east coast sea breeze from Palm Coast to Titusville. Most of these storms are nearly stationary, but new storms will continue to develop southward and westward along outflow boundaries and the sea breeze. Scattered to numerous lightning storms are expected across the interior the rest of the afternoon and evening, followed by debris showers lasting into the night.

Some storms are likely to become strong to severe, producing wind gusts of 40 to 60 mph, small hail, torrential downpours of 1 to 3 inches, and frequent cloud to ground lightning. In addition, slow moving storms may lead to flooding of urban and low lying areas. Turn around, don't drown!

Afternoon highs are in the upper 90s to near 100 degrees across east central Florida, with the exception of the Space and Treasure Coasts, where low to mid 90s will occur. A Heat Advisory is in effect for Lake, Volusia, Seminole, Orange, and Osceola Counties, and Inland Brevard west of Interstate 95 for peak heat indices up to 110. Other areas will see heat indices between 100 and 105.

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Posted by Meteorologist - robert.haley