Tornado Warning Central Florida: First Warning Weather Day

Tornado Warning Central Florida: A severe weather threat may bring strong winds, and tornadoes to Central Florida.

Residents in Central Florida should monitor the weather prediction closely since there is a risk of severe weather.

Because of the possibility of strong winds and lone tornadoes, the WESH 2 First Warning Weather team proclaimed Wednesday and Thursday to be First Warning Weather Days.
Thursday night around midnight saw the arrival of rain and the strongest storm front, which will last into the morning. It is predicted that atmospheric instability will increase, increasing the likelihood of severe weather phenomena like strong winds and lone tornadoes.

Up until nine in the morning, several counties in Central Florida are under a tornado watch.

Up until 2:30 in the morning, Sumter County was under a tornado warning.

A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for Flagler County until 2:45 a.m.

The Storm Prediction Centre has elevated all of Central Florida to a category 2/5 severe weather danger, so those living there are advised to exercise caution.

On Thursday afternoon, there will likely be another bout of severe weather. Similar to Wednesday night, there is a 2/5 risk of severe weather in Central Florida. Strong, sporadic storms with high winds are predicted.

This second round of severe weather is expected to arrive in the area late on Thursday morning, continue through the afternoon, and then move out by early evening. The main threats will be tornadoes and damaging winds.

We continue to have stormy weather into Saturday. But at this time, there isn’t a forecast for significant storms.

It is predicted that a cold front will pass through on Saturday, bringing with it cooler and drier air throughout the remainder of the weekend and into the first part of the next week.


Seek urgent refuge in the warning’s affected locations. In the event that further warnings are given, be ready to immediately evacuate to a safe area. Delay driving until the weather clears up. Battery-operated equipment should be charged in case of extended power outages. Keep an eye on your local media for the most recent weather and emergency reports.

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