UPDATED: Saturday Tornado Risk in Florida

This forecast has been updated. Please click here for the latest version. 

The Florida Peninsula south of I-4 has a risk of tornadoes Saturday. I will update this forecast again Saturday morning. The brown area has a significant risk of tornadoes. 

Note: I believe the better chance of tornadoes will be after 2p Saturday and lasting Saturday night. 

I apologize for not explaining the colors. 

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  1. I live in Pasco county. Your map is so small that it's hard to see. Is Pasco county included in the possible tornado area?

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    1. You can screenshot it and then zoom in

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    2. I’m new to the state and high winds and crazy weather, would this possibly hit Martin County?

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    3. Martin is south of I-4 which runs through the Orlando area. You are included in the brown zone. Be alert, take in anything in your lawn that can become a projectile easily, but no sense in panicking.

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    4. Yes Pasco is in the area of 🌪 tornado risk

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  2. Tap the map to enlarge it

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  3. 5 percent is better than 50 that’s for sure

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  4. I don't see an explanation of white. Free brown

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    1. Same!! Makes no sense if there’s not a legend

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  5. What do colors mean!! I see no legend!

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  6. What do different colors mean?? Duh

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    1. If they take the time to apologize for not explaining the colors, why not just explain the colors 🙈

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  7. I’m new to the state and high winds and crazy weather, would this possibly hit Martin County?

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    1. Regardless of where you live, it is important to be able to locate your county on a map as well as the counties immediately surrounding you.

      That said, yes, Martin Co. is included in the significant risk area.

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  8. My apology: the original forecast had the legend but I forgot it for the update.

    I have a four point scale: [least bad] significant ----> enhanced ---> high ----> extreme [worst]. This is an enhanced (brown) risk.

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  9. Just include the color meanings!…instead of apologizing 🙃

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