LIVE RADAR: Strong storms move across Central Florida

Turning much cooler for the weekend in Orlando area

ORLANDO, Fla. – An unsettled weather pattern continues in Central Florida, prompting severe weather warnings across the region.

The unseasonably warm and humid air will help to fuel a few rounds of thunderstorms Thursday, some of which could be severe.

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Tornado warnings were issued in Flagler County but expired before 11 a.m. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.

Storms will push closer to I-4 around lunchtime through the early afternoon.

The threat for storms pushes south of Orlando late in the afternoon before exiting the region after the evening commute.


The main threats with any storm will be heavy rain and frequent lightning. Isolated damaging wind gusts and large hail will also be possible. The tornado threat is low, but a rotating storm is possible.

Sunshine returns Friday, along with much cooler air.

Highs top out in the mid-to upper 70s through the weekend.

Future radar
Future radar
Future radar
The unsettled weather pattern continues in Central Florida.

About the Author:

Jonathan Kegges joined the News 6 team in June 2019 and now covers weather on TV and all digital platforms.