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Lightning Threat
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Issued:611 PM EST Fri Dec 13 2019
A weak cold front will approach central Florida late tonight and
sweep through the state on Saturday. Ahead of the front a band of
showers with embedded lightning storms will move into areas along
and north of the I 4 corridor between 3 and 6 AM. While the 
threat of severe weather is minimal, an isolated storm or two 
could produce wind gusts up to 60 mph in this area. Brief heavy 
rain, dangerous cloud to ground lightning, and wind gusts up to 
40 mph will be more common.

As the frontal boundary continues to move south towards daybreak,
the storm coverage and intensity will continue to weaken. 

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