• RADAR: Storms followed by cold weather await Sunday

    By: Brian Shields , Kelly Healey


    ORLANDO, Fla. - A stormy Sunday lies ahead, with strong to severe thunderstorms and an average high of 78 degrees, according to Severe Weather Center 9 meteorologist Brian Shields.

    “A big cold front moves in on Sunday. With it, we’ll see a line of rain and storms moving through. Some of the storms could be strong to severe,” Shields said.

    Download: Free WFTV weather app | Watch: Live Doppler HD

    The storms are slated to arrive in Florida mid-day through the evening in Central Florida, bringing cold weather behind them. 

    “Damaging winds are possible and even an isolated risk of a tornado. Behind the front, it turns much colder early next week. We’ll monitor the storms – stay tuned,” Shields said.

    The storm will kick off more cold weather early next week.

    Chief meteorologist Tom Terry will be tracking the storms Sunday on Eyewitness News This Morning.


    Follow our certified meteorologists on Twitter for live updates:


    Next Up: