Patchy dense fog covers western counties of Central Florida on Saturday morning, as chilly air blankets the region. Temperatures remain cool throughout the morning, ranging from the 50s to the 60s, before gradually warming up to the lower-to-middle 70s in the afternoon.
Changes in the weather are anticipated for Sunday, as two frontal boundaries approach. An early morning warm front is expected to arrive around sunrise, significantly increasing the chances of rain to 90%. There is a possibility of localized flooding, particularly in low-lying areas, due to potential heavy downpours.
According to weather models, a brief respite from the rain is likely during lunchtime, before a cold front sweeps in during the afternoon, possibly after 2 p.m. This cold front brings the potential for scattered showers and storms, with some storms potentially becoming strong and even severe.
Central Florida is currently under a Marginal Risk for severe weather. The main threats associated with these storms include strong and gusty winds, ranging between 45-55+ mph, intermittent heavy rainfall, small hail, and the potential for isolated tornadoes.
As Sunday progresses into the evening, the rain is expected to dissipate, making way for cooler air to move in behind the departing cold front.
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