Tornado warnings, watches issued in Central Florida
National Weather Service detects strong storms through region
The National Weather Service issued several tornado warnings, watches and severe thunderstorm warnings throughout Central Florida on Sunday evening.
Tornado watches were issued in Osceola and Brevard counties effective through 11 p.m., with a flood advisory in Brevard.
Severe thunderstorm warnings were also issued late Sunday night in Orange, Brevard and Osceola counties, the latest expiring at 10:45 p.m.
According to the NWS, meteorologists detected a possible tornado on Doppler radar in Brevard County, located near Lone Cabbage Fish Camp west of Rockledge. There was no confirmation of a tornado touching down.
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Volusia, Flagler, Orange, Lake, Seminole and Marion counties also had tornado watches in effect until 10 p.m. Sunday, according to NWS.
The watches were issued as storms moved through Central Florida, bringing rain, hail and severe weather.
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