Tornado warning expires for Orange County

LATEST: Overnight, the National Weather Service issues and a Tornado Warning (Radar Indicated) for Orange County from 4:30 am until 5 am At 5 am, the warning was allowed to expire.Previous story below: Showers and by Saturday morning, there is a risk that the meteorologists have declared it a Weather Impact Day, meaning weather may affect you and your family. A strong cold front will move late tonight into tomorrow afternoon bringing scattered showers and storms. The storm system is expected to come through Central Florida between the hours of 1 am and 10 am, with the peak being 2 am and 3 am STORMY WEATHER TIMELINE: The effects of these overnight storms for hail. Winds could exceed 40 mph. Mother’s Day looks dry but hot.Stay with WESH 2 for the most accurate Central Florida weather forecast.RadarHurricanesSevere Weather AlertsMap Room

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Overnight, the National Weather Service issues and Tornado Warning (Radar Indicated) for Orange County from 4:30 am until 5 am

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At 5 am, the warning was allowed to expire.

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Showers begin to move in Friday night, and by Saturday morning, there is a risk that the storm will be isolated.

WESH 2 meteorologists have declared it a Weather Impact Day, meaning weather may impact you and your family.

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A strong cold front will move late tonight into tomorrow afternoon bringing scattered showers and storms. The storm system is expected to come through Central Florida between the hours of 1 am and 10 am, with the peak being 2 am and 3 am

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STORMY WEATHER TIMELINE:

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Stormy weather timeline

The impacts of these overnight storms will be frequent lightning, strong gusty winds and the potential for hail. Winds could exceed 40 mph.

Lows overnight will stay warm and only fall into the low 70s.

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The serious threat will be over by Saturday evening. Mother’s Day looks dry but hot.

Stay with WESH 2 for the most accurate Central Florida weather forecast.

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