ORLANDO, Fla. – Weather will be calm in central Florida Sunday morning, with mostly cloudy skies and a chance of pop up showers off and on throughout the afternoon.
There is a wind advisory for most of central Florida. Winds are coming from the southwest at 20-25 mph, gusting as high as 40 mph.
By the early evening hours, stronger storms will push in. By 7 p.m., a strong line of possible severe storms will push into Marion County, and then move southeast into the I-4 corridor by 9 p.m. After, it will move into Brevard and Osceola Counties by 10 p.m.
"These storms bring a high risk of isolated tornadoes, frequent lightning, hail and high winds," News 6 meteorologist Madeline Evans said. "Winds within some of these storms could be gusting as high as 60-80 mph."
By midnight, most of the storms should be pushed off, with lingering rain in Marion County on Monday morning.
"Monday should be much nicer," Evans said.
Highs will reach the low 70s, and rain chances will stick around 20 percent.