PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. – Tuesday is predicted to be a stormy day that may ultimately give approach to a Christmas-week cooldown.
Components of the state are underneath a twister watch till 10 a.m. The watch space is in southwest Florida, targeted on the realm round Fort Myers and Naples, the place remoted damaging wind gusts may attain 70 mph, in keeping with the Nationwide Climate Service.
“An extended-lived supercell west of Naples could also be maintained because it reaches and spreads inland of the coast. An extra supercell may develop farther north in addition to low-level move intensifies this morning,” the Nationwide Climate Service mentioned. “The twister watch space is roughly alongside and 50 statute miles both aspect of a line from 20 miles southwest of Fort Myers to 55 miles east northeast of Fort Myers.”
Right here in South Florida, thunderstorms are nonetheless attainable, and a few might pack a punch, with damaging winds and flooding attainable within the strongest cells.
It’ll rely upon how effectively the storms maintain collectively as they transfer from west to east throughout Florida. The most effective probability for storms can be late-morning to mid-afternoon. The general probability for rain is 60%.
Wind can be a narrative right now as effectively, with southwest gusts probably exceeding 30 mph by this afternoon. Highs attain close to 80 with principally cloudy skies.
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