ORLANDO, Fla. – The unsettled pattern will continue to close out the weekend and right into Monday. The most widespread rain and storms will be along and northwest of I-4 through Saturday evening. A few storms could be strong. The highest chance for strong storms will be along a stalled front draped across northern Marion and Flagler counties.
Damaging wind, heavy rain and lightning will be the main threats. A brief tornado will also be possible in the strongest storms.
Rain and storm chances wind down after about 8 p.m.
Another chance for strong storms arrives Monday with another system pushing through the Southeast U.S. The highest severe threat will be northwest of I-4 Monday for areas shaded in yellow.
Our unsettled weather pattern continues for the week ahead. By next weekend, it should be drier, windy and a bit colder.