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UPDATE 10 AM:  A Tornado Watch has been issued for most of north and northeast Florida until 6 pm. Use the tabs above for the latest updates from our storm center.

A squall line is approaching the Nature Coast this morning, capable of producing damaging wind and an isolated tornado as it moves inland this afternoon.

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  1. Damaging wind gusts up to 60 mph possible.
  2. A brief tornado can’t be ruled out.
  3. Storms will be moving fast, leaving less time to prepare.

A strong cold front and associated squall line of thunderstorms will move across northern Florida this afternoon. Some of the storms will be capable of producing destructive wind gusts to 60 mph and even an isolated tornado.

At 9:36 am Sunday morning, the Storm Prediction Center advised that a Tornado Watch is being considered for portions of north Florida and south Georgia.

 

The same regions are also noted to be under a “slight risk” of severe weather today.

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