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Andrea Forms in Gulf; First Named Storm of Season



UF Meteorologist Jeff Huffman is keeping a close eye on Andrea, which will be a mostly heavy rain event in North Central Florida. Get the latest Storm Tracking info at

A Tropical Storm Warning in effect for Dixie, Levy and Citrus Counties.  A Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for Lafayette County. The storm has wind speeds up to 40mph and is associated with thunderstorms producing heavy rains.

POTENTIAL IMPACTS & TIMING:

CITY TONIGHT THURSDAY FRIDAY

Gainesville Showers and t-storms continue into evening hours, locally heavy rain Periods of rain, becoming steady &  heavy by evening; isolated tornado threat increases into Thursday evening Showers likely in the early morning hours; rain quickly ending.

Ocala Spotty t-storms ending by 8pm. Periods of rain, becoming steady & heavy by evening; isolated tornado threat increases into Thursday evening Spotty showers in the morning; rain ending quickly.

Lake City Showers and t-storms ending by 8pm, locally heavy rain Rain developing by afternoon, heavy in the evening; isolated tornado threat increases into Thursday evening Showers tapering off quickly

Cedar Key Spotty showers or t-storms ending by 8pm • seas 4-6 ft• winds 10-20mph
  • Rain developing by noon, then steady & heavy by afternoon • seas 5-7 ft • winds 15-25mph; isolated tornado threat increases into Thursday evening
Spotty showers redevelop late • seas 2-3 ft • wind 10-20mph

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