Strong storms arrive as sea breezes collide

Frequent lightning strikes, torrential rains possible


ORLANDO, Fla. – The West Coast sea breezes fired up a strong round of storms Sunday afternoon in the Orlando area.

At one point, there was a significant weather advisory for Marion County.

Strong storms will fill in along and west of the Interstate 4 corridor Sunday evening. Be on guard for frequent lightning strikes and torrential rains.

Low-lying areas and flood-prone spots may require an area flood warning.

Look for the showers to be primarily over western Orange and Lake and counties. They will be slow-moving soakers and will linger into the late evening.

The low Sunday night will hold at 75 degrees.

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The high will bounce right back to 92 degrees Monday, with a 50 percent chance of storms in the afternoon.

For the Fourth of July celebrations Tuesday, the high will be 93. Most of the storms should clear in time for the nighttime fireworks.

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