A one-two punch of cold fronts will be moving towards the Northeast, creating a severe weather situation for the region. As cold air invades the warm air placed over the region, showers and thunderstorms (some possibly severe) will ignite. Considering this is the fall season, extreme severe weather is not too likely, but gusty thunderstorms are possible.
High pressure will move in behind a pair of cold fronts and place chilling temperatures over the area for the day Saturday.
Showers and storms are likely, especially in the southern region. As is typical with Florida thunderstorms, be aware of sudden pop-up cells that may form within minutes. No significant severe weather is expected.
High pressure will settle in over the area before an advancing cold front gets too close for comfort to the region. A gradually-clouding over sky is likely today.