The band of thunderstorms over north Florida prompted several severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings Wednesday morning. Mainly dry now, but we'll see the clouds build, the winds increase and the storms develop later today.
The stationary front causing the storm is expected to move slowly eastward through Wednesday night.More news: UK police: 19 dead, 50 injured at Ariana Grande concert
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A few of the severe storms will be organized enough to produce a tornado. A 5 or "high" chance of severe weather is the NWS's top rating.
The possible tornado may have touched down in the area, which is at the coast, before moving over the water, Shashy said.
Multiple round of showers and thunderstorms are expected through today and Wednesday.
The heavier storms could trigger wind gusts of 30 to 50 miles per hour, with potentials for 2 to 4 inches of rain, possibly more in localized areas affected by more persistent activity.
The good news is that Panovich expects a break in the rain by Thursday morning. Friday will be dry and sunny with highs in the 80s.