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February 11, 2014

Strong thunderstorms possible Wednesday

Live Oak — A frontal boundary is expected to become stationary across the region later today and tonight. A low pressure system will move east along this boundary on Wednesday which could bring a few strong thunderstorms over Northeast Florida from Wednesday afternoon through late Wednesday evening.

A few of the thunderstorms may become strong or severe with a chance of strong winds or hail. In addition, some storms could contain rotation which enhance the chance of a brief isolated tornado, with the best chance of this over southernmost counties in Northeast Florida such as Marion, Putman, Flagler.

Widespread rain and showers will overspread the region Wednesday and early Thursday.

There is a high of 57 degrees forecast for Thursday with a low forecast at 36 degrees. 

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