ORLANDO, Fla. - The FOX 35 Storm Tracker Radar continues to pick up showers across the region.
The FOX 35 Storm Alert Day issued for Thursday expired at 7 p.m. While the threat of severe weather has greatly diminished, heavy rain is possible into the overnight hours.
Earlier, a tornado warning was issued Thursday afternoon for parts of Volusia County, but has since expired.
What to do during a tornado warning
A tornado warning means "a tornado has been sighted or indicated by weather radar. There is imminent danger to life and property," according to the National Weather Service.
Here is what to do next, according to Ready.gov, part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
- Go to a safe shelter immediately, such as a safe room, basement, storm cellar or a small interior room on the lowest level of a sturdy building.
- Stay away from windows, doors, and outside walls.
- Do not go under an overpass or bridge. You’re safer in a low, flat location.
- Watch out for flying debris that can cause injury or death.
- Use your arms to protect your head and neck.
- If you can’t stay at home, make plans to go to a public shelter.
For complete forecast and timeline, go HERE.