Heavy rain and strong winds Sunday

Heavy rain and strong winds Sunday

IMPACT DAY: Severe storms brought wind gusts, heavy rain and hail to Central Florida on Sunday

There are two pieces of news about CW 18 starting now. Well, a wave of severe thunderstorms made their way through Central Florida today. The warnings began just before 6:00 a.m. and continued for approximately two hours. As these storms move towards the coast. Now, we’re getting calls tonight from all over Central Florida with viewers telling us about hail. WESH 2 NEWS Eric Burris tweeted this video of hail falling outside his home. There are no days off for the weather team. Even our own producer, Ashley sent us this video in the Hail area of ​​Seminole County. You can see and hear how hard it is out there. And of course we heard it here too, with heavy rain falling outside our two news studios in Winter Park. Now the worst of the storms have virtually disappeared. But don’t put your umbrellas away just yet. Marquez Marquez joins us now. Marquis. We’ll see a little sunshine, but first we have to deal with this rain. Is this correct? Yes. We will actually see the sunrise later in the work week from Wednesday onwards. It will look absolutely amazing on Monday and Tuesday. But not so much now. Low pressure system that brought us rain today. You still see that on your screen lingering along the Florida corridor alongside the I-10 corridor. Thanks Fadley, although the worst of the storms have moved out, so we don’t expect any more severe thunderstorm warnings tonight, but we could still see a lingering shower or two. However, we will see more rain coming your way. Here’s a look at those last few rain showers. Our last serious threat is now in the Atlantic Ocean. And you see those storms dissipating as I speak. But if you look east out of Melbourne and Mico, you’ll probably see some lightning bolts out the door now. Here’s a look at the Kennedy Space Center. This is where we’ve been wet for an hour now. Very calm skies, mostly cloudy with temperatures below 60 degrees. We will see cooling occur overnight, but we will still be cloudy. Heading into the morning tomorrow. The reason we feel cold is because we have just witnessed a cold frontal thrust in front of us. This is what made us more unstable and this is what lowered your temperatures tonight. Elsewhere, I’m back in the 50s through Ocala, the villages and the woods, and anywhere from mid to lower 50s currently towards Melbourne, although we still have a chance of rain in the morning tomorrow so our coastal communities can get a bit of a break. IT was It’s wet early and we’ll take a closer look at what future broadcasts are coming out next time I see you, figure out exactly when you’ll be doing that

IMPACT DAY: Severe storms brought wind gusts, heavy rain and hail to Central Florida on Sunday

WESH 2 tracks severe weather threats across Central Florida on Sunday. Throughout the evening, storms moved across the state, prompting warnings for severe thunderstorms, heavy rain and large amounts of hail. Storm Impacts: High temperatures should return to the upper 60s and lower 70s as the weekend winds down. But keep your umbrellas close until Monday, when we will see a chance of lingering rain after the severe threat fades. Stay with WISH 2 online and on air for the most accurate weather forecasts in Central Florida. Radar Severe Weather Alerts Download the WESH 2 News app to get the latest weather alerts.

WESH 2 tracks severe weather threats across Central Florida on Sunday.

Throughout the evening, storms moved across the state, prompting warnings for severe thunderstorms, heavy rain and large amounts of hail.

Storm effects:

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High temperatures should return to the upper 60s and lower 70s as the weekend winds down.

But keep your umbrellas close until Monday, when we will see a chance of lingering rain after the severe threat fades.

Stay with WESH 2 online and on air for the most accurate weather forecasts in Central Florida.

Download the WESH 2 News app to get the latest weather alerts.

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