Severe Storms Expected As Cold Front Moves Across South Florida.

There's a good chance for severe storms this Good Friday. National Weather Service meteorologist Christopher Fischer says the rain is expected to move in just after 3 o'clock this afternoon and it will bring a cold front with it. He says the main concern is not rain, but wind and there is a slight risk of tornadoes. He says the risk is limited, but they are watching out for possible activity.The good news, once the storms clear there will be a significant drop in humidity tomorrow and Sunday, so it won't feel so hot when you are hunting for your Easter eggs. Highs are expected to be in the low 80's both days.



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