While the Hurricane Season in Florida doesn't start until June, the Sunshine State isn't immune to severe weather. Our tropical landscape surrounded by coastal waters and constant fluctuations in unpredictable weather can still happen. Weather forecasts in Central Florida spell severe storms this evening, and you may want to prepare.\nAs stated in today's weather forecast from the U.S. National Weather Service of Melbourne, Central Floridians are looking at some pretty severe storms as a long line of thunderstorms roll into the state.\nThese storms follow a fast-moving cold front pushing its way into the state.\nThe path of the upcoming storms is expected to move through the eastern side of Central Florida near Melbourne and Vero Beach during the evening hours, with the main threats being strong wind gusts well over 60 miles per hour, including frequent strikes of lightning.\nPossibly even more alarming is the potential threat of tornadoes. It's expected that one to two will form as wind gusts build and the cold front meets our warmer weather lines.\nThis warning was posted to Facebook by the U.S. National Weather Service of Melbourne, alerting residents and visitors of the potential dangers to come from these developing lofty storms.\nWhile it's considered uncommon for tornadoes to reach the higher levels of recorded strength, even the smallest tornadoes come with danger and can do a world of damage — so it's always important to be prepared.\nView this post on Instagram Well, it's been a crazy 24 hours! We had a tornado touch down on our street this morning about 5:30! (We have some outside lanai damage but, we are one of the lucky ones) 14 hours later we are still without power...thankful for the inlaws for letting us crash at your place!! #tornadoinflorida #swfl #naplesfl 🌪🌪 A post shared by Andrea Porter (@wannabebarlock) on Jan 17, 2016 at 4:14pm PST\nThe U.S. National Weather Service urges visitors and residents alike to have multiple ways prepared to receive warnings about these developing storms, as the severe weather will continue throughout the evening and overnight hours.\nDespite the upcoming severe weather, as of this time, theme parks have not posted any closing notifications.\nIt's important to make sure your devices are charged and ready to go. As if we'd really want to go without our phone if the power happens to go out, right?\nYou can learn more about this weather forecast and upcoming developments through the U.S. National Weather Service's website here or keep an eye on their Facebook feed for additional notifications.