Storms and active lightning continue across Central Florida Saturday night

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Saturday storms continue through the evening.

5 p.m. Update:

Scattered rain and lightning will continue into the Saturday evening. Conditions will gradually taper off but we will keep a slight chance for a lingering shower in the forecast through midnight.

Overnight and into Sunday morning, things look quiet, with Sunday’s temperatures climbing back to the low 90s.

Sunday afternoon will bring another round of quickly passing showers and lightning.

Original Story:

Saturday will see widely scattered showers and storms moving into our area by early afternoon.

These showers and storms will move into our western zones.


Isolated downpours, active lightning and gusty winds will be possible again on Saturday.

Meanwhile, the clouds and rain will keep our temperature a little cooler today.

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High temperatures are expected to peak in the mid-to-upper 80s.

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Chief meteorologist Tom Terry

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