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Central Florida could see a series of strong and violent storms

Severe storms that began in the Panhandle Tuesday morning will move toward Central Florida throughout the day, making it an early weather warning day. Active Alerts: Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued for Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties until 12:45 p.m. due to wind gusts of 60 mph and dime-sized hail. WESH 2 will continue to monitor the weather and adjust alerts as necessary. Severe storms are expected to impact areas of north central Florida between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. It is possible that these storms could become severe. . Wind, hail and tornadoes cannot be ruled out. Although everything should be clear by midday, more storms could develop in the afternoon depending on the warming. The forecast for tonight is clear, but another round of strong and severe storms will be forecast early tomorrow morning, which is why first alert meteorologists are calling Wednesday morning an impact day, which could be improved. storms are expected to dissipate and central Florida will experience a dry night. Looking ahead, Thursday and Friday will be quieter. Although there is the chance of an isolated shower or two, the forecast will be mostly dry and sunny. Further showers and thunderstorms can be expected this weekend. Stay with WESH 2 online and on air for the most accurate weather forecasts in Central Florida. RadarSevere Weather AlertsDownload the WESH 2 News app for the most up-to-date weather alerts.

Severe storms that began in the Panhandle Tuesday morning will move toward Central Florida throughout the day, making it an early weather warning day.

Active alerts:

  • Severe thunderstorm warning issued for Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties until 12:45 p.m. due to 60 mph wind gusts and dime-sized hail.

WESH 2 will continue to monitor the weather and adjust alerts as necessary.

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Severe storms are expected to impact parts of northern Central Florida between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. It is possible that these storms could become severe.

Wind, hail and tornadoes cannot be ruled out.

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While everything should be clear by lunchtime, there could be another round of thunderstorms in the afternoon depending on the heating.

The forecast for tonight is clear, but another round of strong and severe storms will be forecast early tomorrow morning, which is why First Warning meteorologists are calling for an impact day Wednesday morning, which could be improved.

On Wednesday, the storms are expected to dissipate and Central Florida will experience a dry night.

Looking ahead, Thursday and Friday will be quieter. Although there is the chance of an isolated shower or two, the forecast will be mostly dry and sunny.

Further showers and thunderstorms can be expected this weekend.

Stay with WESH 2 online and on air for the most accurate weather forecasts in Central Florida.

Download the WESH 2 News app to receive the most recent weather alerts.



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