Here's your county-by-county forecast as storms head to Central Florida

Severe weather risk includes chance for tornadoes

By Daniel Dahm - Digital Manager, Troy Bridges - Meteorologist

ORLANDO, Fla. - With a risk of severe weather Friday in Central Florida, here's a county-by-county forecast.

There is a chance of some rotating storms that could lead to a couple of isolated tornadoes, with the greatest risk in Lake, Marion and Sumter counties.

In those counties, there could be up to 1.5 inches of rain and a few rotating storms.

Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties are expected to receive more than a half-inch of rain, with gusty winds. The tornado risk, however, is low.

Brevard, Flagler and Volusia counties are forecast to see about a half-inch of rain, with small hail possible. There's a small craft advisory and a gale warning in effect, too.

The high in Orlando will reach 86, with a 90% coverage of rain. The average high on this date is 83.

"There will be a chance for some lingering showers and storms into the night, but by 10 o’clock most of the storms will be pushing out of Central Florida," Bridges said.

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Weekend highs will be in the mid- to upper 70s, with little chance of rain.

Overnight lows will be in the mid-50s.

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