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Here's the latest Weather Information from ABC-7's Bob Harrigan!
Sarasota, CO. Fla. (WWSB) - A powerful storm system moving through the Ohio Valley will swing a strong cold front our way on Thursday.
With temperatures in the upper 80s to low 90s over the past few days there are some people looking forward to the cooler weather expected to move in behind this front.
The actual cold front will be making its way through our area around sunrise on Thursday and then exit our viewing area after 10 a.m.
Line of storms to hit Suncoast
The heaviest weather is moving through after 6 a.m.
There is a marginal chance for severe storms, and only a 2% chance for an isolated tornado for the Suncoast. With water temperatures in the upper 70s to near 80 right now it may add to the potential for some strong storms. Rainfall amounts will vary from .25 inch to nearly 1" in some isolated areas. There is also the potential for some small hail with some of the cells.
Once the front moves through look for some clearing and winds shifting around to the NW at 20-25 mph. Temperatures will actually be falling throughout the afternoon as the cold NW winds move in.
Grab your jackets as lows are expected to be in the low to mid 50s on Friday and continue through Sunday morning.
Highs on Friday and Saturday will only be in the low 70s which is more like February. Temperatures will be back up by Sunday afternoon with highs in the upper 70s.
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