Special to SEGAZINE
A cold front will move across the Florida panhandle and southern Georgia late tonight and into southeast Georgia and the Suwannee River Valley of northeast Florida during the morning hours on Friday, then spread over the remainder of northeast Florida and the coastal waters during the afternoon into the evening hours.
Very warm and moist air ahead of the front will allow numerous showers and isolated storms to develop along and ahead of the front. A squall line is expected to accompany the cold front. Strong winds aloft will create the potential for damaging winds with these storms. In addition, some storms may contain rotation which will enhance the chance for a brief isolated tornado.