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Brantly Keiek 3h
Storm Prediction Center giving an 80% probability of a new tornado watch being issued for the Florida Panhandle.
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Drew Brown 3h
Soooo interesting little doo-dad in the Gulf, due south of Mobile!
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Jacksonville Skywarn 14m
Showers and storms are possible late overnight in the Suwannee Valley of NE FL/interior SE GA with a few storms potentially severe. Main impacts will be wind gusts up to 60 mph. Make sure you know how to receive alerts during severe weather.
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WMBB News 13 2h
Complex of storms is weakening a touch, Heavy rain and gusty winds main threat with these storms an isolated tornado is possible. Watch goes until midnight. ~ Chief Ross
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David Paul 59m
Quick update as I analyze how this system is evolving Thursday evening. There's a limited severe threat north of I10, with the main chance for stronger storms southward near the coast.
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FSU Weather 3h
We could see some severe weather in the early A.M hours of your Friday! times out exactly when to expect the storms move into our area.
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Thomas 4h
KMOB - Super-Res Reflectivity Tilt 1 5:09 PM CDT look at this Meso-low off the coast of Alabama/Mississippi. Beautiful
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Austin Mullen 3h
Awesome look at the “center of circulation” of this mesolow just south of Mobile/Pensacola.
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WeatherNation 2h
UPDATE: The tornado watch has been expanded for more of the Florida Panhandle until 1 am ET.
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Johnny Parker 2h
Tornado Watch #104 in effect until 1am EDT tomorrow morning. Primary threats include... A couple tornadoes possible Isolated damaging wind gusts to 65 mph possible
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Casey Cloud 3h
There is an 80% chance that much of the Panhandle gets put under a Tornado Watch within the next hour or so. Tallahassee could be included. Stay tuned for updates.
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Cyndee O'Quinn 6h
Line of strong storms late tonight could bring damaging winds after 2 a.m.
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Charles Roop 6h
3:35 PM: There is a low-grade threat of severe weather tonight into Friday morning. Here's an update on the approximate timeline and the potential hazards.
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NWS Miami 4h
04/25 : 80's around the board today across South Florida. Not much relief in sight, even with a cold front on the way.
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NWS Key West 10m
Vibrant Key West sunset tonight, by ! Tonight across the Florida Keys: mostly clear skies, lows in the mid/upper 70s, and SE winds near 10 mph. Increasing rain and thunderstorm chances tomorrow night through the weekend.
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Meteorologist Sam Lucey WMBB 2h
TORNADO WATCH UNTIL MIDNIGHT Conditions for a brief tornado are possible as storms push into the Panhandle. Please stay First Alert for updates through the evening.
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NWS Miami Apr 24
4/24 : Good Afternoon South Florida! Be weather aware the next few days since the Storm Prediction Center has placed most of South Florida in a "marginal" risk for severe weather on Friday. We will keep you informed!
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Casey Cloud 2h
New Tornado Watch: Tallahassee and Panama City are among locations covered until 1AM ET/12AM CT.
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WeatherNation 3h
Radar 5:30 p.m. CT Thursday: A strong area of lower pressure just offshore of the Gulf coast is really looking impressive! radar estimates wind of 80 mph roughly 5,000 feet above the water's surface
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Brittney Bowman 2h
A Tornado Watch has been issued for parts of the FL Panhandle until 12AM CDT/ 1AM EDT. This means conditions are favorable for the development of a couple tornadoes. Biggest concern is wind gusts up to 65 mph.
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