Marion, Sumter, Lake counties under severe threat Thursday

Severe weather threat for parts of Central Florida Thursday



A RECORD HIGH. BUT IT IS JANUARY AND A BIG DROP IS HEADED OUR WAY. LOOK AT THE TEMPERATURE ROLLER COASTER. 86 TODAY. 68 TOMORROW IN ORLANDO. LOW 60’S UP NORTH. A NORMAL HIGH IS 72. THAT IS WHY WE CALL THIS THE COLD AND FLU SEASON. BODIES ARE NOT PREPARED FOR THE CHANGES. WE HAVE SOME RAIN BUT NO SEVERE STORMS OR LIGHTNING TONIGHT. MODERATE RAIN COMING THROUGH LAKE COUNTY. SPOTTY SHOWERS IN PALM COAST DAYTONA BEACH, ALONG I-4, APPROACHING SEMINOLE COUNTY AND DOWNTOWN ORLANDO. CLERMONT, CITRUS RIDGE, THIS RAIN WILL PUSH ACROSS DOCTOR PHILLIPS, CONWAY, WATERFIELD, BITHLO, A LITTLE LATER. WE ARE NOT EXPECTING A LOT OF RAIN BUT ENOUGH TO DAMPEN THE GROUND. WHERE IT HAS ALREADY RAINED, 60’S. AHEAD OF THE RAIN, 72 TO 75. THE FRONT IS RIGHT HERE. IT IS TAKING ITS TIME MOVING IN. IT IS RIGHT BEHIND THIS WEDGE OF RAIN THAT WE GET A TEMPERATURE DROP OFF. WE WILL MONITOR THE COAST BECAUSE WE HAVE AN EARLY MORNING LAUNCH TOMORROW. THE WINDOW OPENS JUST AFTER 4:00 A.M. TRYING TO SET UP ANOTHER BATCH OF STARLINK SATELLITES. TURNING COOLER, 48 OUT THE DOOR IN THE MORNING IN OCALA. 58, ORLANDO. 61, MELBOURNE. TEMPERATURES WILL STRUGGLE JUST TO REACH NEAR 70 BEHIND THE FRONT AND DRIER, COOLER AIR WILL CONTINUE TO FILTER IN, SETTING THE STAGE FOR A VERY COMFORTABLE AFTERNOON. EPCOT, LOOKING GOOD BUT BRING A JACKET. IT WILL BE A LITTLE BREEZY AND COOL IN THE SHADE. THURSDAY INTO FRIDAY MORNING, A FRONT WORKS IN. BLUSTERY AND CHILLY ON FRIDAY MORNING. 37, OCALA. IN THE METRO, MID 40’S. IF YOU ARE NOT A FAN OF COLDER TEMPER

Severe weather threat for parts of Central Florida Thursday

The severe weather threat has increased for parts of Central Florida on Thursday.The Storm Prediction Center has placed Marion, Sumter, and parts of Lake County in an isolated severe weather threat. A cold front arriving Wednesday evening will bring in storms packing strong winds. If a storm turns severe, strong winds will be the primary concern. Showers and storms will move through the area Wednesday night through Thursday morning. Storm intensity will continue to decrease as it works toward the I-4 corridor. Have a look at the latest rain arrival timing: After that, the rest of the day will feature sunshine and cooler air as temps rise to the 60s.Friday morning is expected to be chilly, with temps in the 40s. Friday’s high temps will be in the 60s.RadarHurricanesSevere Weather AlertsMap Room

The severe weather threat has increased for parts of Central Florida on Thursday.

The Storm Prediction Center has placed Marion, Sumter, and parts of Lake County in an isolated severe weather threat. A cold front arriving Wednesday evening will bring in storms packing strong winds. If a storm turns severe, strong winds will be the primary concern.

Showers and storms will move through the area Wednesday night through Thursday morning. Storm intensity will continue to decrease as it works toward the I-4 corridor.

Have a look at the latest rain arrival timing:

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After that, the rest of the day will feature sunshine and cooler air as temps rise to the 60s.

Friday morning is expected to be chilly, with temps in the 40s. Friday’s high temps will be in the 60s.

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