Isolated severe thunderstorms will be possible Saturday afternoon and again Sunday for parts N.FL.
Forecasts are anticipating a slight risk of severe thunderstorms later Saturday afternoon and again on Sunday for mainly the northern parts of the region.
The weather pattern will become more active beginning this weekend and continuing into next week. This will combine with an influx of moisture off of the Gulf of Mexico to increase the chances of isolated thunderstorms over the weekend. If storms can form, the amount of wind shear suggests they could become severe.
Showers and a few severe thunderstorms are expected to Saturday afternoon and again Sunday afternoon along a slow moving surface front.
The primary threats from these severe storms will be isolated large hail, damaging winds and possibly.
The potential for thunderstorms and possible severe thunderstorms will cover a larger area on Sunday as the front settles farther south.
Total rainfall from these storms will be fairly light as storms remain isolated and fast moving.
For additional threat information, visit our graphical hazardous weather outlook at: http://www.srh.noaa.gov/tae/?n=ghwo_lightning
The National Weather Service in Tallahassee will continue to monitor this storm’s progress.