Severe storms pass Central Florida; Cold front is on its way

Most of rain is expected to clear by 4 p.m.


ORLANDO, Fla. –  A cloudy, rainy and stormy start to the day resulted in some gusty winds and downpours.

News 6 meteorologist Danny Treanor said a couple of tornado warnings popped on the west side of Central Florida, near the gulf. One severe thunderstorm warning was put in place near Orlando.

"The day mostly brought rain," Treanor said. "Much needed rain that will quickly be replaced by colder air."

Sunday night, skies will continue to clear, resulting in some chilly temperatures that will range from 54 degrees in Orlando to 48 degrees in Ocala to 55 degrees in Palm Bay.  

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The forecast is sunny for the next three days, with temperatures on Monday ranging from 65 degrees in Melbourne to 62 degrees in Orlando to 50 degrees in Daytona Beach. Water temperatures will be 65 degrees.

Tuesday and Wednesday mornings will bring temperatures in the 40s to start the day. The next chance of rain arrives Saturday.

"Get the jackets ready for Monday morning," Treanor said.

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