Thu. Dec 5th, 2019

Tracking showers, storms Thursday


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TOMORROW MORNING. TONY: MY SON WAS ON A 30/30 DELAY. HE DID NOT GET HOME UNTIL ALMOST 3:00 BECAUSE OF ALL THE WEATHER ISSUES. AGAIN, WE’VE GOT WATER EVERYWHERE. LET ME TAKE YOU BACK OUTSIDE, SHOW YOU WHAT DOWNTOWN LOOKS LIKE. WE STILL HAVE RAIN COMING DOWN BUT NOT AS HEAVY OBVIOUSLY HAS EARLIER. WE TAKE A LOOK AT THE LIVE RADAR HERE AND YOU CAN SEE, NICE LITTLE SHIELD OF GREEN AND YELLOW. LIGHT TO MODERATE RAIN IN ORLANDO. SHOWERS AND STORMS AGAIN UP TOWARD OR CAP — UP TOWARDS OCALA. LET’S TAKE A LOOK AT COCOA BEACH FOR THE TIME BEING, YOU ARE DRIVE. THE RAIN KIND OF BUILDING BACK TOWARD THE INTERIOR. AS YOU CAN SEE, UNBELIEVABLE AMOUNTS OF RAIN TODAY HERE IN CENTRAL EASTERN ORANGE COUNTY BACK TOWARD NORTHERN BREVARD COUNTY. THE FIRST FLOOD ADVISORY HAS BEEN ALLOWED TO EXPIRE. STILL GETTING THE RAIN HERE, AND BACK TOWARDS THE EASTERN SIDE OF BREVARD COUNTY, WE’VE HAD VERY HEAVY RAIN AND THEN FLOOD ADVISORIES STILL IN EFFECT. AGAIN, REPORTS OF FOUR FEET OF WATER IN AND AROUND UNION AND AZALEA PARK EARLIER TODAY WHERE THE HEAVY RAIN IS REALLY COMING ON. I-95, NOT A PRETTY SPOT RIGHT NOW, ALONG WITH ONE THAT RUNS RIGHT THROUGH PORT ST. JOHN. THIS FLOOD OF VISOR HE WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT UNTIL 5:45. YOU CAN SEE WE DO HAVE A COUPLE OF POCKETS OF LIGHT TO MODERATE RAIN HERE, BUT THE BIGGER CLUSTER OF STORMS IS NOW EAST OF OCALA. YOU CAN SEE THE ETA THERE AT THE TOP OF THE HOUR. WE HAVE ANOTHER FLOOD ADVISORY IN AND AROUND LEON SPRINGS. THAT JUST EXPIRED COUPLE OF MINUTES AGO, BUT STILL COMING ON DOWN. APOPKA AND MARINELAND STILL RAINING YOUR WAY. ANYWHERE FROM FOUR TO FIVE INCHES OF RAIN, THE LIST GOES ON. AZALEA PARK, CONWAY, THREE AND HALF TO FOUR AND A HALF INCHES OF RAIN. WHEN WE LOOK AT FUTURECAST OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF HOURS, THINGS START TO DIE DOWN AND SPREAD TOWARD THE WEST. FORECAST IMPROVING OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF HOURS. OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WILL ACTUALLY RISE, ESPECIALLY WHERE YOU HAVE THE HEAVY RAIN AND WE WILL DO IT ALL OVER AGAIN TOMORROW. HERE’S A LOOK AT THURSDAY. SHOWERS AND STORMS DEVELOPING FROM THE SOUTHWEST LICKING TOWARD THE EASTERN SIDE OF THE PENINSULA. THIS WILL ADD UP TO SEVERAL INCHES OF RAIN. WE GET A BREATHER THURSDAY NIGHT AND S WE GET YOU OUT THE DOOR RIGHT A MORNING, HERE COMES OUR NEXT BIG SLUG OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. WITH ALL THE ANTICIPATED RAIN, WE STILL HAVE THOSE FLOOD WATCHES FOR SUMTER AND POLK COUNTY IN ANTICIPATION OF THE HEAVY RAIN THAT WILL CONTINUE TO DONALD THEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. BETTER NEWS, THOUGH, AS WE HEAD INTO THE UPCOMING WEEKEND, RAIN CHANCES GETTING BACK TO NORMAL SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY, AND TUESDAY.

Tracking showers, storms Thursday

Tony Mainolfi has Central Florida

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