Strong winds, heavy rain to pound the area

WESH 2’s First Warning Weather team is tracking a powerful storm system that is expected to move through central Florida on Tuesday evening. watch the radar Incoming storms carry a level 2 out of 5 risk, which means they will be isolated, strong to violent. These storms will bring strong gusty winds that can exceed 58 mph as well as heavy rain. This can cause power outages at night. The threat of tornado and hail is low, but there is still potential. Serious Threat TimelineTuesday will start warm, pleasant and calm with an average high of 82 degrees and a low of 62 degrees. But at 9:30 p.m., extreme weather conditions will move in and batter central Florida through early Wednesday morning. 4 lane around 11 p.m. to midnight. The I-95 corridor will feel the greatest impact from 3 a.m. to 4 a.m. Stick with WESH 2 for Central Florida’s most accurate weather forecast. weekend of heavy rain and winds, with a confirmed tornado hitting Ocala. The National Weather Service says the tornado was a high-end EF1, with winds of 86 to 110 mph. They say its width was estimated at 200 yards running about 25 miles from Dunnellon to Ocala. Crews are always investigating the damage before issuing a final report. Govt. Ron DeSantis has declared a state of emergency for Marion County so residents can receive reconstruction assistance.

WESH 2’s First Warning Weather team is tracking a powerful storm system that is expected to move through central Florida on Tuesday evening.

Our meteorologists have declared Tuesday and Wednesday as the first weather alert days as this line of storms carries the potential for damage and hazardous conditions.

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Incoming storms carry a level 2 out of 5 risk, which means that they will be isolated, strong to violent. These storms will bring high and destructive winds that can exceed 58 mph as well as heavy rain.

Major Threats for Heavy to Severe Storms Overnight: Heavy rain and strong to high winds will be the main concerns. This can cause power outages at night.

The threat of tornado and hail is low, but there is still potential.

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Serious Threat Timeline

Tuesday will start warm, pleasant and calm with an average high of 82 degrees and a low of 62 degrees. But at 9:30 p.m., severe weather will set in and batter central Florida through early Wednesday morning.

The storm system will move from the Gulf around 9:30 p.m., pushing along the I-75 corridor, then moving into the Interstate 4 corridor around 11:00 p.m. to midnight.

The I-95 corridor will feel the greatest impact from 3 a.m. to 4 a.m.

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Stick with WESH 2 for Central Florida’s most accurate weather forecast.

weekend storms

This latest bout of severe weather comes after a weekend of heavy rain and high winds, with a confirmed tornado hitting Ocala.

The National Weather Service says the tornado was a high-end EF1, with winds of 86 to 110 mph.

They say its width has been estimated at 200 meters running about 25 miles from Dunnellon to Ocala.

Crews are always investigating the damage before issuing a final report.

Gov. Ron DeSantis has declared a state of emergency for Marion County so residents can receive reconstruction assistance.