- Strong storms possible from 2pm Thursday to 2 am Friday
- Main threats will be damaging winds up to 60 mph
- An isolated tornado cannot be ruled out
A late season, strong cold front is set to arrive to North Florida Thursday. Unlike the front that moved through earlier this week, this front is stronger and will bring with it a low chance for a few strong thunderstorms. The Storm Prediction Center has areas in North Florida under a low risk for severe storms Thursday afternoon through early Friday morning. The main threat will be damaging winds up to 60 mph but an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.
The chance for rain goes up Thursday after 2 pm with the arrival of showers and storms ahead of the main front.
After a break in the showers during the evening, the final cold front will swing through late Thursday night or early Friday morning with a final round of showers and storms.
Notably cooler and drier air will arrive behind the front with highs in the mid 70s Friday and Saturday.