Strong storms possible across central Florida in the afternoon

We’re already starting the day with big changes and morning temperatures are in the 60s.

Meteorologist Kassandra Crimi said those temperatures were 15 to 25 degrees warmer than Saturday morning.

The sky is cloudy with a few light showers now, but the chance of rain will increase over the next few hours.

Our best chance of rain today is until 2 p.m.

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Widespread heavy rain and gusts during this period.

Severe weather is likely in South Florida, where a tornado watch has been issued.

An isolated strong to severe thunderstorm cannot be ruled out either, but this will mainly occur this afternoon.

Severe weather is likely in South Florida, where a tornado watch has been issued.

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After the first and biggest wave of rain, we will have a few hours of dry weather.

As the sun sets, another batch of isolated storms could develop.

Isolated strong storms will be possible.

Our best chance of rain today is until 2 p.m.

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Temperatures will remain mild today, with highs in the low to mid 70s.

Cooler temperatures will return for most of next week.

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