Starting to get a little warm out there.

Starting to get a little warm out there. (Amy Beth Bennett, Sun Sentinel)

Expect another beautiful day, mild in the morning and warm in the afternoon.

South Florida's Thursday forecast calls for sunny skies with highs in the mid 80s and overnight lows in the low 70s. There's a small chance of rain on Friday.

Central Florida's forecast: Mostly sunny with highs in the upper 80s and lows in the mid 60s. Watch out for patchy fog early in the morning.

Tornadoes AWOL: From weather expert Jim Lushine:


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The United States, thus far this year, has seen the fewest number of tornadoes since 1950, when accurate records began. Better yet, there have been no tornado fatalities in 2014.

This follows the record low number of tornadoes in 2013. Indeed, there have been no violent tornadoes EF3 (136-165 mph) or greater in 2014, and none in the past 153 days, the fourth longest streak since 1950.

South Florida's spring tornado season has been equally quiet with less than a handful of days where tornadoes were even possible.

Although tornadoes in South Florida are most frequent during the rainy season, almost all of them are weak, with winds less than 85 mph. We can only hope that our hurricane season is this inactive.