DISCUSSION: As a relatively weak area of low-pressure slowly moves towards the western side of the Floridian Peninsula, daytime heating and very warm/moist air are combining to generate strong instability across much of the region highlighted within the red-colored circle below. As of right now, a number of deep convective clusters have already formed along a long north-to-south axis across the state of Florida. There also Severe Thunderstorm and Tornado Warnings already up in a few spots throughout the state. Be advised that there could continue to be storms capable of producing strong winds, large hail, and a few isolated tornadoes. For other interesting high-impact weather content, be sure to click here!