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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – We’re in for a bumpy ride weather-wise on Friday.

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There is a potential for strong to severe storms throughout the day, according to CBS4 meteorologist Michael Smith.

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There is even a chance South Florida could be placed under a severe thunderstorm watch or tornado watch.

Conditions are favorable for isolated storms with damaging winds along with a few tornadoes. Strong mid-to-upper level winds aloft combined with unstable atmospheric conditions will allow for increased storm development throughout the morning into the early afternoon hours.

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Once this line of potential storms passes, a cold front will sweep through, drying us out with the coldest air so far this season to start the weekend.