First Alert Weather Day declared for Friday

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The biggest threat will be from Orlando, Florida, to Norfolk, Virginia, with damaging winds and isolated tornadoes. The storms will be in Duval, Clay, St Johns, Putnam and Flagler counties between 2-3 p.m.

Friday is a Weather Authority Alert Day as a round of disruptive storms will sweep across our area during the afternoon. Wind gusts, which could reach up to 31 miles per hour near the city, pose the highest threat, according to the forecast. There will also be brief periods of very heavy rainfall that could cause localized flash flooding. Tomorrow brings thunderstorms. From tomorrow evening through the overnight storms will move from west to east.

Strong storms were forecast for parts of northern Texas last Wednesday, extending into Thursday morning, leaving some residents scrambling to protect their vehicles from potential damage.

The strongest stormy weather is expected eastward of the I-95 corridor meaning the entirety of Coastal North Carolina is at risk for severe storms.

The National Weather Service in Austin/San Antonio tweeted a forecast model showing the brunt of the storms hitting Austin between 11 p.m. and 1 a.m. - noting the actual time and intensity of the storm's arrival may change.

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At 12:10 a.m., the main concern shifted from hail to high winds, the Fort Worth National Weather Service said on Twitter.

"When the garage is full and you live in Texas".

Monitor local TV and radio throughout the afternoon and evening.

Any watches or warnings issued? If you have to travel, make sure to check the weather conditions, watches, warnings and advisories before going out the door. "Just because they aren't severe now doesn't mean they can't become severe".

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