Strong storms brought heavy rain, hail to Central Florida on Sunday
ORLANDO, Fla. - Sunday was a FOX 35 Storm Alert Day.
It was an active weather day across Florida, with heavy storms, strong winds, and hail.
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Strong storms moved in during the morning hours and continued into the afternoon.
The biggest weather concerns on Sunday were strong, damaging wind gusts (up to 60 to 70 mph), heavy rain (1-2", with up to 3-4" locally) and frequent dangerous lightning. The upper levels of the atmosphere were cold, meaning large hail was possible and fell in parts of Seminole County and Orange County.
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Hail began to rain down in Central Florida in the later hours of the morning.
Dr. Matthew Knight sent the FOX 35 Storm Team a video of it raining down at a home in Winter Park.
Another Winter Park resident, Robin Jenkins, sent in another video of hail.
FOX 35 reporter Holly Bristow also spotted hail in College Park.
By early Monday, a cold front will pass through the FOX 35 Storm Team viewing area, clearing and drying out the region.
Tune in to FOX 35 Orlando for the latest weather updates.