Listen: Chief Meteorologist, Tom Terry And Saint Cloud discussed on Orlando's Evening News
"Eyewitness news chief meteorologist, Tom Terry. Another blast of winter weather is on the way. But we have a nice weekend. At least temperature wise coming up. It's pleasant right now temperatures hit the mid seventies. Earlier today will be in the upper fifties tonight and are mostly fair skies at great Friday night, Saturday still the best day of the weekend for outdoor plans. Few more clouds, a high near eighty Sunday a potent winter storm back across Texas and Louisiana tonight will move across the southeast and bring some heavy rain to the south and give us a chance for rain on Sunday mid morning through the early to mid afternoon. Seventy to eighty percent chance you get some measurable. Rainfall will also see some pretty strong winds in the atmosphere. Fear, but not real sure how much of that wind will actually translate down to where we are with the downpours. But we'll still keep an isolated threat for severe thunderstorm on Sunday morning and a high seventy eight early next week. We're cool back down again only sixties through Tuesday. They extended five day forecast. Four times an hour. From channel nine eyewitness news. I'm certified chief meteorologist, Tom Terry. Absolutely. No rain. It is clear skies in central Florida right now, according to the WDBO interactive weather radar, sixty three degrees in union park, sixty seven down in Saint Cloud and sixty five and Orlando severe weather station that red alert traffic sounder SafeTouch."