The risk of severe weather is lower for Sunday, although there is a small risk as instability increases in the afternoon in east central Georgia. The chilliest morning looks to be Tuesday with lower 40s otherwise nighttime temperatures will mainly be in the 50s. There is a slight chance for storms Thursday evening along the Texas/New Mexico state line. Rain chances are low this week.
The strongest storms should roll in after 12AM.lingering through around 7AM as the cold front crosses. A wind advisory is in effect until 6 p.m. and there is a moderate risk of rip currents through 8 p.m., Forecaster Danielle Prinz said.
Snow, wind, freezing rain and icy conditions are forecast for our region through Sunday. Behind the front, much drier and cooler air will punch Monday and full sunshine returns Tuesday.
Good morning! A cold start as you're out the door. Our WDAM First Alert Weather app can tell you if a storm near you has hail, strong winds or rotation. Temperatures will be falling through the 60s, and bottom out overnight in the middle and low 50.
The National Meteorological Directorate (DMN) forecasts rainy and snowy condition to prevail in the country, in addition to high sea levels on the Mediterranean and Atlantic Coast on Friday, April 13. The storm prediction center notes that severe weather may be possible on Friday and into Saturday. A rain and sleet mixture will fall in the valleys and an icy glaze and sleet showers will occur in the higher elevations both east and west of the river. The wind will decrease to 5-10 miles per hour overnight.
Tomorrow: Sunny. Wind: N/NW 15-25; gusty. As I mentioned before, anywhere that stays fairly quiet Saturday morning will be more poised for thunderstorm activity Saturday afternoon and evening.