The Storm Prediction Center says there’s a marginal risk (level 1 of 5) of severe storms in central Florida on Monday. It’s worth noting that there’s a great deal of uncertainty over whether anything will even develop at all as it’s going to be dependent upon just the right ratio of morning cool and afternoon heat, along with the sea breeze being thrown into the mix. The primary threats are hail and damaging winds, with a 5%-14% probability of them happening within 25 miles of where you are. The tornado threat is less than 2%.
Marginal, Slight, Enhanced, Moderate, High… what’s the difference? Learn about the Storm Prediction Center’s outlook products and how they’re issued by reading our two part series:
Understanding Severe Weather Outlooks: Part One | Part Two