ORLANDO, Fla. - Rain, rain won't go away! A Flood Watch was issued in Flagler County, Flood warning in Osceola and flood advisories were issued across Seminole, Orange, Lake and Volusia counties on Thursday.
For the fourth straight day, rain is falling across Central Florida, soaking the region, making highways slippery and washing out a portion of an Orange County roadway.
The high temperature is expected to reach 82 degrees, with the overnight low dropping to 66 degrees.
Meanwhile, officials late Thursday morning reopened a section of eastbound State Road 50 in Oakland between Avalon Road and Tubb Street after it was washed away earlier in the day.
Heavy rains also caused a mudslide in Clermont on Tuesday night, sending 3 feet of sludge into a home.
There's a 60 percent chance of rain Friday, and more showers are likely into the weekend.
High temps on Saturday and Sunday will be in the low 80s.
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