Tornado warning expired for southwestern Seminole County

On Saturday evening, a tornado warning was issued by The National Weather Service in Melbourne for northern Orange County and Seminole County.

However, the warning has already expired at 4:15 p.m. But at that time, the storm was moving toward SR-436 in the Altamonte area.

At 3:50 p.m., weather forecasters said, “a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located over Apopka, moving northeast at 25 mph.”

Furthermore, the spectators have predicted that it could be perilous for all those who live without shelters. Apart from this, most mobile homes could be heavily damaged or destroyed properly owning to the wind speed.

As mentioned above the tornado warning has already expired after going through a dry and mild morning where the temperature always tried to touch 70 degrees again on Saturday.

Still, we won’t recommend you step out as the storm is heading towards Marion and Flagler Counties. Thus these places will see the best chance for storms tonight.