Strong storms possible through mid afternoon Saturday
SATURDAY: A line of strong to severe storms will cross the WCBI coverage area during the morning and early afternoon hours. The main threats appear to be damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes. Heavy rainfall is likely with the storms and we may end up with 1″ to 4″+ before the end of the day. Stay weather alert and make sure you have multiple ways of getting warning information.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Storms rumble into Alabama allowing for gradual clearing from west to east in our neck of the woods. Temperatures fall back into the 40s.
SUNDAY: The day may start off fairly sunny but clouds may bubble up as time goes on. Cooler highs in the 50s to lower 60s are expected along with breezy WNW winds between 10 and 20 mph.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Another clear and chilly spring night is likely. Lows may end up in the mid 30s and that may support more patchy frost around here. We just can’t shake the 30s this spring!
NEXT WEEK: The upcoming work week is looking pretty good. Temperatures will moderate back into the 70s by Tuesday. A cold front is expected to pass through on Wednesday with very little fanfare and that’s always good news considering the time of year. The next big system is possible by late Saturday or next Sunday.
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