Thunderstorms move through Central Florida

Some parts of Central Florida saw more than 3 inches of rain Friday

ORLANDO, Fla. – The Central Florida area has the potential for scattered thunderstorms Saturday afternoon and into the evening hours.

These storms will push off to the northeast by the end of the day.

Severe thunderstorm warnings that were in for Orange, Seminole, Lake, Volusia and Osceola Counties have expired.

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Some parts of Central Florida saw more than 3 inches of rain Friday. The high Saturday will be 85 degrees with a low of 68 degrees.

Rip current risk Saturday is a moderate threat for anyone heading to the  beach to attend the Easter Surfing Festival at Lori Wilson Park, so make sure you swim by a lifeguard if you go into the water.

For Sunday's forecast, it's about the same story. We start off with a 40 percent chance of rain in the morning, so if you have any outdoor plans, do it early because by noon we get up to a 50 percent chance of rain then 60 percent by 6 p.m.

For the rest of your week, the rain finally tapers off with rain chances at 20 percent on Tuesday and that will stick around for the entire week with temperatures in the mid to high 80s.