Listen: Tom Terry, Chief Meteorologist And Joe Kelly discussed on Orlando's Morning News
"From the baking vending machines will go toward the meat science program on campus. Joe Kelly would hate that pending. It's five eleven here at news ninety six point five WDBO. Let's take a look at that forecast or five day forecast. With our chief meteorologist, Tom Terry. We've made it the end of the week. Big changes start today as we are not quite as cool this morning. Temperatures warming up quickly sixties eventually about seventy six today. Mostly dry weather for the next couple of days, including to borrow high seventy nine on Saturday, Saturday, definitely the better the two days for outdoor plans Sunday run. I have some problems rain moving in during the mid to late morning including the early afternoon, and I'm concerned for some gusty thunderstorms could develop a squall line out in the Gulf of Mexico moving through. So because he's a wind gusts over forty maybe fifty miles an hour with some gusty your storms on Sunday. But overall, the amount of severe weather could be a lot higher than it. I think will be that's the good news. We don't have the huge severe threat. We would normally have with a storm system of this strength moving toward Florida. But either way rain on Sunday. Gusty storms high seventy eight and we'll get through that money Tuesday. We're back in the sixties again they extended five day forecast. Four times an hour. From channel nine I'm meteorologist, Tom Terry. Thank you, Tom checking out the current temperatures right now. And I'm seeing fifty one."