Social media was hot Wednesday morning with talk about ice hailing down on communities north and Central Florida.
The Trenton Police Department posted a warning on Facebook to drivers making an early commute to be aware of the icy roads while maintenance crews worked to make the roadways safe.
The post has been shared almost 2,000 times in four hours.
Just east of Orlando, Brevard County property was also building up an excess of hail and hail-related posts on its Twitter page.
Brevard County’s public information officer shared several videos and pictures of ice coming down and building up on the side of Instate 95 which caused traffic delays around Port Saint John.
Weather is expected to remain severe for the remainder of the day, according to the National Weather Service.
There is a high chance of showers and thunderstorms in north, east and central Florida. Wind speeds are expected to reach between 30 and 35 mph.
Florida is no stranger to hail. In 1992, a severe storm that passed over Orlando left 2 ? feet of the icy remains, leaving hundreds of cars damaged across Central Florida.