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Video above: WPBF 25 News meteorologists’ latest forecast Saturday is WPBF 25 News’ first weather warning day. A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Northeastern Palm Beach County and Indian River County. Warnings will be in effect until 6 p.m. The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch until 7 p.m. Saturday for several counties including Martin County, Okeechobee County and St. Lucy County. Treasure Coast and Palm Beach County all weekend. Storms can have a lot of lightning, high winds, and heavy rain. There is also a chance of hail and isolated tornadoes. Strong storms are expected as the storm system moves south. weather | radar | hurricanes | Traffic | ulocal | Facebook | Twitter | South Florida will fall under the category of minor coincidence by the National Weather Service on Saturday, as areas of storms will be closer to the coast, according to meteorologists. Storm risk continues but drops slightly into a marginal Sunday. This means that storms will continue to exist, but will be more isolated. Mornings will remain clear with storms likely to rise in the afternoon and evening, and this is the same system that has caused deadly tornadoes across Louisiana. Although it is not expected to cause similar damage in Florida, it is important to be prepared, as this month set another record for the most hurricanes in March. It could be a disastrous sign, temperatures on both days are expected to be around 87 degrees with high levels of humidity and clearer skies in the morning. This is an evolving story. Stay with WPBF 25 meteorologists for the latest weather information.

Video above: The latest forecast for WPBF 25 News meteorologists

Saturday is WPBF 25 News First Alert Day.

A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Northeastern Palm Beach County and Indian River County. The warnings will be in effect until 6 pm

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Severe thunderstorm warning for Indian River County

The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm watch until 7 p.m. Saturday for several counties including Martin County, Okeechobee County and St. Lucie County.

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Severe thunderstorm radar watch.

Strong storms with high winds and rain expected in Treasure Coast and Palm Beach County throughout the weekend.

Storms can have a lot of lightning, high winds, and heavy rain. There is also a chance of hail and isolated tornadoes. Strong storms are expected as the storm system moves south.

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Future Track early Saturday evening.

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South Florida will be subject to a slight chance category by the National Weather Service on Saturday.

Meteorologists have indicated that storm areas are closer to the coast.

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Future Track for Treasure Coast, Palm Beach County areas around 9 p.m.

Storm risk continues but drops slightly into a marginal Sunday. This means that storms will continue to exist, but will be more isolated. Mornings will remain clear with a chance of storms in the afternoon and evening.

This storm system is the same one that produced deadly tornadoes in Pan and across Louisiana. While it is not expected to cause similar damage in Florida, it is important to be prepared.

This month set another record for most hurricanes in March. It could be a disastrous sign

Temperatures on both days are expected to hover around 87 degrees with high levels of humidity and clearer skies in the morning.

This is an evolving story. Stay with WPBF 25 meteorologists for the latest weather information.

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