Belleview Florida Weather

Florida - More powerful storms triggered three tornadoes in central Florida on Wednesday, prompting many to post photos and videos showing the damage they have left behind. An EF-0 tornado hit Brevard County as severe weather moved across the region, triggering tornado warnings in nearly all counties in central Florida, weather officials said. Seven more tornadoes followed, with three major storms triggering a confirmed tornado on the coast, according to the National Weather Service.

The storm that triggered the tornado warning left the coast as another severe storm with embedded rotation raged southeast of Tampa early afternoon. The same storm line moved eastward and passed through the Ocala National Forest near Orlando before dissolving into rotating supercell thunderstorms, according to the National Weather Service. The storm then intensified, prompting tornado warnings to be issued for parts of northwestern Brevard County and parts of Orange County.

In Seminole County, officials tweeted that a tornado was caught in a tree about 2: 30 p.m. in the Ocala National Forest east of Lake Okeechobee.

The National Weather Service in Jacksonville said Tropical Storm Eta would move rapidly through the state. The center is near Gainesville and is expected to move toward the Jacksonville coast early Thursday afternoon.

After a cold front on Saturday, cool and sunny air is expected, but it will remain weak throughout the day, keeping it cool into the upper 20 degrees. Saturday's high will range from the mid-50s in the Southeast to the low 40s in the rest of the state, with a high near or above 50 degrees in Gainesville.

In Gainesville, the dew point will be 38 degrees on Saturday, with a high in the mid-40s. In Tallahassee, it will be only 48 degrees F (9 degrees D), with the maximum temperature near or above 50 degrees and a low of 37 degrees M (10 degrees E). In St. Lucie County, a downward point of -3 degrees C (39 degrees B) and a maximum of 40 degrees M (40 degrees F) is reached in addition to the low 40s in Gainesville and the upper 20s for the rest of the state.

In Tallahassee, the dew point will be 43 degrees on Saturday, with a high in the mid-40s and a low of 37 degrees M (10 degrees E). In St. Lucie County, in addition to the low 40s in Gainesville and the upper 20s for the rest of the state, it will have 45 degrees C (14 degrees C), with a maximum temperature near or above 50 degrees.

On Saturday, the dew point in Tallahassee will be 45 degrees, with a high in the mid-40s and a low of 37 degrees M (10 degrees E). St. Lucie County will have a top temperature near or above 50 degrees, in addition to the low 40s in Gainesville and the upper 20s in the rest of the state. On Sunday, however, temperatures will reach a low of 41 degrees Celsius (5 degrees Fahrenheit) in much of South Florida and parts of central Florida.

On Monday, the dew point in Tallahassee will be 32 degrees, with a high in the mid-40s and a low in or near 37 degrees M (10 degrees E). On Tuesday, however, St. Lucie County and parts of central Florida will only get 41 degrees, and on Wednesday at least parts of South Florida and the rest of the state will get just 41. However, the low will not exceed 5 degrees in much of central Florida (and much of southern Florida) on Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

On Monday, the dew point in Tallahassee will be 32 degrees, with a high in the mid-40s and a low in or near 37 degrees M (10 degrees E).

On Monday, the dew point in Tallahassee will be 32 degrees, with a high in the mid-40s and a low in or near 37 degrees M (10 degrees E).

On Monday, the dew point in Tallahassee will be 32 degrees, with a high in the mid-40s and a low in or near 37 degrees M (10 degrees E).

Wind speeds are generally expected in the low to mid 40s, with gusts of 60 km / h or more in some areas.

Corless said a wind gust of 33 mph was measured at Ocala International Airport, also known as Jim Taylor Field. Wind gusts ranged from 17 km / h near Willison to 35 km / h near the airport and up to 40 km / h at Ocala airport.

According to the Weather Underground's Wondermap, which connects dozens of weather stations across the US with the National Weather Service's Central Florida Weather Prediction Center, rainfall ranged from 0.34 inches in Williston to 1 inch in Belleview overnight. Different types of precipitation were observed throughout the day with no traces of it, but the most common form of precipitation this year was rain alone, according to the classification based on the number of inches of rain and snow that fell on the same day.

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