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Storms bring lightning, gusty winds to Orlando area

Many locations received around .25 of an inch

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ORLANDO, Fla. – Some much needed rain moved through the area Saturday, with many locations receiving around .25 of an inch.

The cool front that caused the rain is expected to stall to the south and continue to bring unsettled weather for the next three days.

Under cloudy skies and a chance of rain, the lows Saturday night will range from 63 degrees in Ocala and 67 degrees in Orlando to 68 degrees in Palm Bay.

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There isn't much improvement Sunday, which will be mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of additional rain. Highs will range from 70 degrees in Daytona Beach to 78 degrees in Orlando and 79 degrees in Melbourne.

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A stalled front remains in the area, causing instability and a continued 50 percent chance of rain Monday and Tuesday, with improvement Wednesday.

More sunshine is forecast for Thursday and Friday.

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