FOX 35 News: Tracking Severe Weather Overnight
ORLANDO, Fla. - Continuing coverage: We're tracking these storms live on FOX 35. You can also watch a livestream of our coverage in the video player above.
Live weather updates
- 7:17 a.m. - A tornado warning has been issued for east central Marion County until 7:45 p.m.
- 6:47 a.m. - A tornado warning is in effect for Marion and Flagler counties until 7:15 a.m.
- 6 a.m. - A tornado warning has been issued for Marion County until 6:30 a.m.
- 5 a.m. - A tornado warning has been issued for Volusia County until 5:45 a.m. Pea-sized hail possible with these storms.
- 4:10 a.m. - A tornado warning (radar indicated) has been issued for Lake County, including Eustis, Tavares, and Leesburg until 4:30 a.m. Pea-sized hail possible with these storms.
- Previous tornado warnings issued for portions of Citrus, Levy, Sumter, Pasco, and Marion counties have all been allowed to expire.
- 12:48 a.m. | Nearly all of Central Florida (except for Brevard County) is under a tornado watch until 9 a.m.
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Strong and severe fast-moving thunderstorms have prompted multiple tornado warnings to be issued for various parts of Central Florida. These storms are expected to continue throughout the overnight hours and through Thursday's morning commute.
A tornado watch has been issued for all of Central Florida until 9 a.m. Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.
The main weather threats with these storms are heavy rainfall, localized flooding, lightning, strong wind gusts, as well as the possibility of isolated tornadoes.
Right now, the timing for the strongest storms appear to be between 4 a.m. and 2 p.m. in Orlando and Central Florida.
Here's what to do during a tornado warning
A tornado warning means a tornado has been spotted or has been indicated on radar. If you receive an alert on your phone, radio, or TV about a tornado warning, you need to get to safety right away.
- Seek shelter: Find the innermost room of your house that does not have windows. This could be a bathroom or a closet. If you have a basement, go there.
You need to get to safety right away.
The severe threat will decrease Thursday afternoon, but more storms will be expected during that time. Tropical moisture will help to increase our temperatures through Saturday.
Another cold front arrives later this weekend and will bring a shot of cooler air back to our area by early next week. Temperatures will be on a roller coaster this week, going from the upper-80s on Saturday to the mid-70s by next Monday and Tuesday.