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Severe weather impacts county by county

Severe weather expected for central Florida Sunday

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ORLANDO, Fla. – Brevard and Osceola Counties will see the worst of the storms from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Expect winds coming from the SSW at 15-20 mph, gusting as high as 25 mph. Rainfall amounts are expected to be around 3/4"-1", but could increase by Sunday night. These counties are under an enhanced risk of tornadoes for this area, which means there could be a few tornadoes and several reports of storm damage and hail.

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Sumter, Lake, Marion and Flagler Counties are expected to see the worst of the storms from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., with winds coming from the SSW at 11-18 mph, gusting as high as 28 mph. Rainfall is expected to be 1/2"-3/4", but could also be higher. There is a high risk for tornadoes, which means there could be a tornado outbreak, significant damage and loss of life.

Tornado warnings and thunderstorm watches issued for Central Florida counties

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Orange, Seminole, and Volusia Counties will see the worst from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m, with winds coming from the SSW at 15-20 mph, gusting at 25 mph. Rainfall is expected to reach .10'-3/4", but  there could also be more.  There is also a high risk for tornadoes, which means there could be a tornado outbreak, significant damage and loss of life.

"By midnight, the storms should be pushed out of central Florida, leaving us mostly cloudy and a few lingering showers into your Monday," News 6 meteorologist Madeline Evans said.

It will continue being windy throughout Monday and Tuesday, with winds possibly gusting as high as 25 mph. 

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