HOLY HAIL: Photos show hail blanketing Daytona Beach like snow
Hail falls during storm in Daytona Beach on Saturday, March 6, 2021. One image, submitted by btroup, shows fallen hail blanketing the ground like snow in Daytona Beach. btroup Daytona BeachNews 6 viewer Mary Paul shared the following photo that shows hail covering the ground at Margaritaville in Daytona Beach. (Image: Rebecca Allen) (WKMG)The next photo, also posted by Rebecca Allen, shows hail almost completely covering the ground, looking much like snow, outside to a home in Daytona Beach. (Image: Heather Fives) (WKMG)Jill Cameron submitted the below photo, which shows hail pellets coming down hard at a Sam’s Club store in Daytona Beach.
LIVE RADAR: Rain moves through Central Florida
Hail, gusty winds and heavy rain pic.twitter.com/ldk6JlssUe — Jonathan Kegges (@JonathanKegges) March 6, 2021Hail, gusty winds and heavy rain were among the threats to the area. pic.twitter.com/dxIRQhuu0n — Jonathan Kegges (@JonathanKegges) March 6, 2021Now a SEVERE T'STORM WARNING for Volusia. pic.twitter.com/m6dMsMzJEx — Jonathan Kegges (@JonathanKegges) March 6, 2021Using our Pin It! Most of Saturday afternoon will be in the 60s across all of Central Florida. Improvements to the allergy situation will be likely as this system moves in and out of Central Florida.
Hail hits Seminole County as storm moves through area
SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. Hail pounded Seminole County on Wednesday night. The county was under a severe thunderstorm warning for one hour and forty-five minutes. Penny sized hail hit the county, according to reports. Thursday in Seminole County shows a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 3 p.m., according to the National Weather Service. The NWS said temps could hit 97 degrees in the county on Thursday.
Eyes to the sky: Potential for strong storms Saturday
ORLANDO, Fla.- – Round one of heavy rain and storms will push out of Central Florida by 2 p.m. After a couple of hours of dry weather Saturday afternoon, another round of rain and storms will be possible, this time, more scattered in nature. StormsThe round of strong storms Saturday morning has zapped a lot of the energy out of the atmosphere significantly reducing the severe weather threat for the afternoon/evening round of storms. On an isolated scale a damaging wind gust is still possible, but most of the storms that move in through Saturday evening should stay below severe levels. Stay weather aware by downloading the pinpoint weather app. If you safely take pictures, upload them to the PinIt section of the app.