Thousands reported without power as storms move through Central Florida
ORLANDO, Fla. - Strong storms are moving through Central Florida, leaving thousands without power.
Sunday is a FOX 35 Storm Alert Day. The biggest threats include damaging winds, heavy rain, and dangerous lightning. Large hail and isolated tornadoes are possible too.
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As of 12:30 p.m. these outages were reported online:
Power outages across Central Florida, including 2,000 affected customers near SeaWorld, Orlando, another 2,000 near Doctor Phillips, and 1,000 more near Oviedo. Hundreds of other customers are affected as well.
Fewer than 10 outages across Central Florida.
TECO: At least 1,200 outages across Polk County.
At least 33 outages near Ocala.
The FOX 35 Storm Team will track the storms as they pass through.
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