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Increasing rain chances in Orlando area

ORLANDO, Fla. – The outer bands of Tropical Storm Elsa continue to move through Central Florida on Wednesday.

The bands are producing heavy rain that could add up to 4 inches in some parts of Lake, Marion and Sumter counties.

Central and eastern counties will have the chance for some stronger storms that could rotate and lead to isolated tornadoes.

Flooding is also a concern across most of Central Florida before Elsa moves out of the region.

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