Aftermath Day: Severe Thunderstorm Warnings Expired for Central Florida, but Storm Threat Remains


Latest Warnings: The severe thunderstorm warning for Osceola County ended at 4:45 p.m. A severe thunderstorm warning for Orange, Lake, Seminole and Volusia counties ended at 6:30 p.m. The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning. WESH 2 meteorologists have declared Monday a Shock Day, meaning stronger storms are possible. The main threat from these storms will be gusty winds. The threat of hail remains low. WESH 2 Meteorologist Alex Alechi says Monday is forecast to start off with high temperatures before storms arrive in the afternoon. Heavy rain and heavy showers await us until 2:30 p.m., and strong and heavy thunderstorms are possible from 4 to 8 p.m. Thunderstorms disappear late Monday, leading to a cloudy night. More showers and thunderstorms are expected to begin Tuesday afternoon. The Storm Prediction Center is not indicating any potential severe weather at this time, but WESH 2 will continue to monitor. There will be thunderstorms across the region in the coming days. Numerous storms are expected with the possibility of localized flooding. According to our forecasts, it will subside during the weekend. Stay with WESH 2 online and on the air for the most accurate weather forecast in Central Florida. Radar severe weather alerts. Download the WESH 2 News app to get the most up-to-date weather updates. Top Headlines: Tropical disturbance builds in Atlantic, marking ‘first area of ‚Äč‚Äčinterest’ this season Ax-2 mission launches four private astronauts from Cape Canaveral Brevard County businesses brace for big crowds to watch Axiom Space Ax-2 mission

Latest alerts:

  • A severe thunderstorm warning for Osceola County ended at 4:45 p.m
  • A severe thunderstorm warning for Orange, Lake, Seminole and Volusia counties expired at 6:30 p.m. The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning.


WESH 2 meteorologists have declared Monday an Impact Day, which means stronger storms are possible.

Gusty winds will be the main threat with these storms. The threat of hail remains low.

WESH 2 Meteorologist Alex Alechi says Monday is forecast to start off with high temperatures before storms arrive in the afternoon.

Heavy rain and heavy showers await us until 2:30 p.m., and strong and heavy thunderstorms are possible from 4 to 8 p.m.

Thunderstorms disappear late Monday, leading to a cloudy night.

More showers and thunderstorms are expected to begin Tuesday afternoon. The Storm Prediction Center is not indicating any potential severe weather at this time, but WESH 2 will continue to monitor.

There will be thunderstorms across the region in the coming days. Numerous storms are expected with the possibility of localized flooding.

According to our forecasts, it will subside during the weekend.

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

Download The WESH 2 News app to get the most up-to-date weather alerts.

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