Possible severe storms in central Florida this week before cold weather arrives | Bot To News

Today’s maxim: 75 degrees
tonight is low: 63 degrees

Rain: twenty%

Main weather concerns:
We have a smooth start to the day throughout Central Florida. You can expect a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid 70s. Coastal showers are possible with 20% to 30% coverage. The risk of surf continues along our coast throughout the week.

The high risk of rip currents continues today along our entire East Coast. The swell is in the 3-5′ range as the east-northeast swell washes in on the beaches. The risk of rip currents is high at all beaches. Temps at the beach were in the high 70s, water temps are nearing the 70s. Another surge in swell this week will increase the risk.

It’s a great day to go to the theme parks. Highs will exceed near 75 with partly cloudy skies. There is a 20% chance of a missed shower or two this afternoon.

Big changes are on the way to end the week as a strong front moves through Thursday into Friday. Strong storms are possible. The risk of severe weather will increase ahead of the front to the southeast today and then extend east into the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday.

Thursday is a FOX 35 Impact Day. There is a threat of heavy rain, lightning, damaging winds, and an isolated tornado in central Florida Thursday afternoon/evening. Behind the front, expect the coolest air of the season with lows as low as 40 degrees on Saturday morning. The highs will be in the 60s during this time.

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