TIMELINE: Here’s when you can expect severe weather in Central Florida

Strong storms to move through Orlando area; tornadoes possible

Severe weather expected to strike Central Florida
Severe weather expected to strike Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. – Storms moved through Central Florida late Thursday into Friday morning.

A strong line of storms moved through the region.

A Tornado Watch was issued for every county in Central Florida until 3 a.m. Friday.

The system approached Marion County around 9 p.m. Thursday.

A strong line of storms will move through Central Florida.

The front will then stretch from Daytona Beach to Kissimmee around midnight.

The line of storms could produce wind gusts of 60 mph, according to the National Weather Service

Strong storms will move through Central Florida.

The storm system will quickly move to the southeast, arriving in Brevard County by 2 a.m. Friday before moving offshore.

“The exact timing of this front could change by a couple of hours either way, depending on its forward speed,” Bridges said.

Strong storms will eventually move off the Florida coast.

The biggest threat will be lightning and strong winds.

Some areas, however, could receive 2 inches of rain.

There’s a low risk of hail and tornadoes, but one rotating cell that touches down could cause extensive damage.

There's a threat of severe weather in Central Florida.

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