South Florida: Strong scattered thunderstorms on Friday

Video above: The latest forecast from WPBF 25 News meteorologists Strong to severe storms are possible in South Florida Friday night through Saturday morning if a cold front moves into the area. WPBF 25 News forecasters said the storms will most likely start after about 3 p.m. Friday and linger in the area through early Saturday. The critical time for the storms is between 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.Weather | Radar | Hurricanes | Traffic | uLocal | Facebook | Twitter | InstagramThe National Weather Service has put south Florida at a low risk of severe storms for Friday. There is a risk of thunderstorms on Saturday. The main dangers for Friday are isolated strong to severe thunderstorms, damaging winds gusting up to 60 miles per hour and the possibility of hail. At this time, the National Weather Service and WPBF 25 News forecasters see no risk of tornadoes from this storm system. On Friday it will be around 78 degrees and on Saturday it will drop slightly to 75 degrees. The cold front will bring lower temperatures early in the week, with Sunday peaking at 70 degrees and Monday peaking at 69 degrees. Share with us: Upload your photos and videos to uLocal. This is an evolving story. Stay tuned to WPBF 25 Meteorologists for the latest weather information.

Video above: The latest weather forecast from WPBF 25 News

Strong to severe storms are possible in South Florida Friday night through Saturday morning if a cold front moves into the area.

Meteorologists from WPBF 25 News said the storms will most likely start after about 3 p.m. on Friday and linger in the area until early Saturday. The critical time for the storms is between 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m

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The National Weather Service has put south Florida at a low risk of severe storms for Friday. There is a risk of thunderstorms on Saturday.

The main threats for Friday are isolated strong to severe thunderstorms, damaging winds gusting up to 60 miles per hour and the possibility of hail.

Meteorologists from the National Weather Service and WPBF 25 News currently see no danger of tornadoes in this storm system.

On Friday it will be around 78 degrees and on Saturday it will drop slightly to 75 degrees. The cold front will bring lower temperatures early in the week, with Sunday peaking at 70 degrees and Monday peaking at 69 degrees.

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This is an evolving story. Stay tuned to WPBF 25 Meteorologists for the latest weather information.

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