ORLANDO, Fla. -

Lots of low level moisture combined with the sea breezes will lead to more rain and some storms Monday afternoon in Central Florida.

"Some storms will be strong late in the day, as the sea breezes come together," Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said.  "The main threats will be lightning and strong wind gusts.

High temperatures in the Orlando area will reach the mid- and upper 80s for most of the week.

Strong storms ripped through Central Florida on Sunday, prompting several tornado warnings.  A lightning strike also sparked a house fire in Orange County.

Slight rain chances stay in the forecast into the weekend.

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