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4:25 P.M. A tornado watch has been issued for much of Central Florida. Orange, Seminole, Volusia, Marion, Flagler and Sumter counties are under a tornado watch until midnight. A Tornado Watch means tornadoes are possible inside a thunderstorm. If a tornado is spotted, a warning would be issued.Download the WESH 2 News app to be aware of alerts, listen to NOAA Weather radio, or tune in to WESH 2 News when there is impending severe weather.4:15 p.m.: The warning in Seminole and Orange counties has expired, but we are still watching the threat of strong and severe storms later on this afternoon into tonight.3:51 p.m.: A tornado warning has been issued for parts of Seminole and Orange counties. 8 a.m. : There is a chance of strong to severe storms Saturday afternoon into Saturday night in much Central Florida.>>> Track storms with our interactive radarThe Storm Prediction Center on Saturday morning upgraded much of Central Florida to a slight risk, which means there is a scattered threat of severe storms in the area. The biggest threat in Central Florida Saturday will be damaging wind gusts inside of strong storms. Central Florida Current Weather ConditionsHourly Forecast | Weekend Forecast | 10 Day ForecastCentral Florida Interactive RadarLive Doppler RadarSign Up For WESH 2 E-Mail Weather AlertsDownload the WESH 2 App and Get Weather AlertsThe severe weather chances start around 3 p.m. and could continue into the overnight. Check back for the latest updates from the WESH 2 First Alert Weather Team.

4:25 P.M. A tornado watch has been issued for much of Central Florida. Orange, Seminole, Volusia, Marion, Flagler and Sumter counties are under a tornado watch until midnight.

A Tornado Watch means tornadoes are possible inside a thunderstorm. If a tornado is spotted, a warning would be issued.

Download the WESH 2 News app to be aware of alerts, listen to NOAA Weather radio, or tune in to WESH 2 News when there is impending severe weather.

4:15 p.m.: The warning in Seminole and Orange counties has expired, but we are still watching the threat of strong and severe storms later on this afternoon into tonight.

3:51 p.m.: A tornado warning has been issued for parts of Seminole and Orange counties.

8 a.m. : There is a chance of strong to severe storms Saturday afternoon into Saturday night in much Central Florida.

>>> Track storms with our interactive radar

The Storm Prediction Center on Saturday morning upgraded much of Central Florida to a slight risk, which means there is a scattered threat of severe storms in the area.

The biggest threat in Central Florida Saturday will be damaging wind gusts inside of strong storms.

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The severe weather chances start around 3 p.m. and could continue into the overnight.

Check back for the latest updates from the WESH 2 First Alert Weather Team.



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