ORLANDO, Fla. – Warnings, watches and updates will be posted below as they come in.
The Tornado Watch that had been in effect has been allowed to expire for all of Central Florida.
SEVERE WEATHER THREAT SUNDAY MORNING
A cold front is moving through Central Florida producing downpours and storms. A few storms could be strong through the late morning, but the severe threat is lowering across Central Florida.
An isolated damaging wind gust or brief tornado is still possible southeast of I-4, but the severe weather threat has come to an end along and northwest of I-4.
Most of Central Florida is dry by noon.
Behind that front, partly cloudy skies return. The air behind the cold front is not that cold and temperatures will rebound back into the upper 70s Sunday afternoon with the help of sunshine.
The Super Bowl looks great weather-wise locally and in Tampa before rain chances return again Monday.