FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: Strong storms possible Sunday

FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: Strong storms possible Sunday

FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: Strong storms possible Sunday

Today is a Weather Alert Day for the potential for strong to severe storms arriving this evening. The greatest threats are large hail and damaging, gusty winds. The rain chance is 70 percent.

Tuesday's forecast calls for a high of 84 with a low of 61.

FOX 13 Meteorologist Brittany Rainey says to expect a squall line to work its way in from the gulf between 1 and 3 p.m. on Sunday.

Skies will certainly clear Saturday night with breezy and sharply cooler conditions likely through Sunday morning. For that reason, please heed all severe thunderstorm warnings with the same urgency as tornado warnings, since 60-70+ miles per hour wind gusts have the potential to cause as much tree and powerline damage as a EF0 to EF1 tornado.

It's been a warm start to the weekend across Central Florida, with temps soaring into the mid and upper 80s. Highs temperatures only recover into the mid 60s.

This is the time of year when storms start becoming scarce, Durfee said, and daytime highs start rising as spring heads toward summer. The storms will continue even after sunset Saturday but it will transition into more of a rain event by midnight Sunday morning.

After a warm and attractive Saturday in the low 80s, we have made it to our First Alert Day.

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