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Dangerous Squall Line Approaches Florida


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A powerful cold front is expected to arrive tomorrow.  Florida Public Radio Emergency Network Meteorologist Jeff Huffman says it could trigger numerous severe thunderstorms when it arrives.

“This is a squall line that likely won’t weaken much as it approaches,” says Huffman.

“It will be moving in during the peak heating of the afternoon tomorrow, so there is a concern that even if the storms do weaken they may restrengthen as they approach [Central Florida].”

“It’s most likely to be in the early to mid part of tomorrow afternoon when the strongest cells arrive,” he says.

Huffman encourages everyone to have a way of staying informed tomorrow and limit travel when the squall line approaches.

Check back with the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network Storm Center for updates.


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