...LOCAL TORNADO IMPACTS... TROPICAL CYCLONES MOVING INTO THE FLORIDA PENINSULA FROM THE GULF OF MEXICO HAVE A HISTORY OF BEING PROLIFIC TORNADO PRODUCERS...PARTICULARLY WHEN INTERACTING WITH A SOUTHWARD MOVING COLD FRONT. HURRICANE ISBELL PRODUCED AT LEAST 13 TORNADOES ON A PATH SIMILAR TO THE FORECAST WILMA PATH IN OCTOBER 1964. ALL OF SOUTH FLORIDA HAS THE POTENTIAL FOR ISOLATED TORNADOES THROUGH SUNDAY WITH THIS THREAT INCREASING LATER SUNDAY...AND COULD BE SIGNIFICANT AS THE STORM APPROACHES THE STATE AND RAIN BANDS BEGIN IMPACTING THE LOCAL AREA.
...NEXT UPDATE... THE NEXT UPDATE WILL BE ISSUED AROUND 6 AM SUNDAY MORNING
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