Strong thunderstorms expected Monday in North Florida, near I-10

severe weather

The National Weather Service (NWS) in Jacksonville warned of strong thunderstorms hitting North Florida on Monday afternoon and evening.  

The pre-frontal squall line will move west to east and is supposed to hit the Live Oak and Lake City area from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. before moving into the Gainesville and Starke areas from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. 

The warning from NWS showed a medium to strong damaging winds. All other factors—tornado, flooding and hail—remained very low.  

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The strongest storms will be just north of I-10 in Florida and in Southeast Georgia, with potential wind gusts of 50-70 miles per hour.  

National Weather Service thunderstorm's for Monday evening.
Courtesy of NWS National Weather Service thunderstorm’s for Monday evening.

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Is it Monday or Wednesday??

C.J. Gish

We apologize for the confusion, but it is Monday. The story has been corrected.