The same weather pattern has already produced multiple rounds of severe weather across the Mid-South this weekend. As of Sunday evening, 23 wind damage and 65 hail reports had come in.
An active two days is headed to #Florida. Dozens of severe weather reports this weekend across portions of #Texas and Mid-South. pic.twitter.com/rvU4oGxTee
— Jeff Huffman (@HuffmanHeadsUp) March 19, 2018
Showers and thunderstorms rumbled through the the Florida panhandle Sunday night, generally moving along a stationary front draped across the I-10 corridor. Most of the storms were not that strong, but a couple of cells west of Tallahassee did prompt warnings just after 4 am EDT.
This complex of storms is likely to move across much of north Florida during the early morning hours Monday, producing heavy rain, gusty winds, and small hail in some spots. A few of the storms could also prompt warnings for possible wind damage or even an isolated tornado. The highest chances of this occurring are along the Nature Coast, where an inflow of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico will enhance the storm potential.