Orlando Florida. – According to National Weather Service (NWS) forecasts, central and northern Florida may have minimal risk of severe weather due to the cold front.

Jarymar Colón, meteorologist for Telemundo 31, explained that the main threats could be high winds of 58 miles per hour or more (mph), heavy rain and small hail an inch in diameter. An electric shock could also occur.

“Storms will be isolated, which means not all areas will be affected. The possible development of these storms from strong to severe could occur in the afternoon after 3 p.m.,” Colón said.

What to do in case of bad weather?

The NWS advises that if you are outdoors and hear thunder, find a safe place indoors to protect yourself from possible electric shock.

They also advise you to stay informed via TV, NOAA radio, keep emergency alerts enabled on your cell phone, and monitor government apps and web pages.

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