Strong storms move through Central Florida

Severe thunderstorm warnings, weather statements canceled


ORLANDO, Fla. – Storms continue to move through Central Florida on Wednesday afternoon as the West Coast seabreeze pushes in and interacts with the East Coast seabreeze.


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The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for most Central Florida counties, along with several other weather statements for strong storms.

"There will be strong storms with strong wind, lightning and very heavy rain for the drive home," said Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges.

Lightning is also expected as some storms linger into the evening hours on Wednesday.

Rain chances will remain high at 60 percent on Thursday.

"As we head into the end of the week and the weekend rain chances will be lower at 30 percent," Bridges said.


Afternoon high temperatures will be near the average of 91 degrees every day into the weekend.

Stay with Local 6 News and ClickOrlando.com for weather updates.

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