Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued in Central Florida on Wednesday afternoon as storms moved through the region.
The warnings were issued in Osceola County and Brevard County, but expired just after 3 p.m.
"High pressure still anchored off the coast of Florida, will keep a southwesterly flow in place," said Local 6 meteorologist Candace Campos. "This wind pattern will allow sea breeze storms to favor the eastern half of the sunshine state."
Expect more of a wet pattern through the latter part of the work week, as increased moisture will create additional instability around Central Florida.
Forecast calls for more of a widespread chance for rain and strong storms into the weekend.