LIVE RADAR: Storms moving over Central Florida, chance for isolated severe storm, still hot

LIVE RADAR: Storms moving over Central Florida, chance for isolated severe storm, still hot

Isolated severe storms possible (WFTV.com News Staff) Wednesday afternoon will be the last afternoon we will be in the 90s. There will be more clouds than sunshine and it will still feel muggy out there. A cold front is moving really slow to the south. Scattered showers and isolated storms this afternoon, moving fast from west to east About 50 percent of Central Florida can receive measurable rain, with the chance for an isolated storm, mainly in the afternoon Showers and storms will likely be more numerous along the coast. Higher showers and storm chance as the week progresses and a series of cold fronts get closer to Central Florida. We will trade the heat for showers and storms starting Thursday. Expect a good chance for rain and storms Thursday and Friday. Guess where the cold front is? Central Florida, we still got some heat to deal with today. Also, some storms. Stay weather aware. ¿Adivinen adonde está el frente frio? Florida Central, todavia tendremos que enfrentar el calor y algunas tormentas esta tarde. Atentos al tiempo. pic.twitter.com/w5dSzPU29E — Irene Sans (@IreneSans) April 15, 2020 Wednesday afternoon will be hot and stormy a times

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