TIMELINE: More storms expected to roll through Central Florida

Deep southwesterly flow over Central Florida means another day of heat, humidity, and thunderstorms.
Expect afternoon highs in the upper 80s, around 90 in most spots.

Scattered-to-numerous showers and storms are expected to increase in coverage this afternoon.

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"Likely going to see those rain delays at high school football games tonight," said FOX 35 Storm Team Meteorologist Kristin Giannas. "By 6 p.m., widespread shower and thunderstorm activity."

We'll keep the rain chance elevated (70%) this weekend, with seasonable afternoon highs around 90 degrees.

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The main concerns with any storms that develop will be strong wind gusts, frequent lightning and heavy rainfall. We can also see minor flooding over low-lying areas.

Widespread storms will be possible through and around midnight before the rain pushes offshore.

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