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.
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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.