Rain & storms, windy for Sunday

Continued warm storms Friday

Per usual, we don't get rain with the possibility for severe weather as well, so remain weather aware during this week. The Eastern Shore will be cooler with highs in the upper 60s and low 70s.

This system could produce strong and even severe thunderstorms into Sunday night.

COLORADO SPRINGS: High - 61; Low - 35. More unsettled weather is expected in the latter half of the week with the best chance of rain expected next Saturday.

A warm Saturday locally can help support at least borderline severe storms with strong wind gusts. Winds increase in the Central Valley with guidance suggesting potential for wind advisory speeds generally from around Oroville northward Sunday afternoon.

Mostly sunny skies are in the forecast for Wednesday when the highs will warm up to between 55 and 60.

Temperatures won't rise much on Saturday with highs in the lower to mid 30s. If new storms develop ahead of the main "line", they will have a greater chance of producing tornadoes.

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. Chilly lows north around 48 and south around 50. Our WTXL First Alert Weather app can tell you if a storm near you has hail, strong winds or rotation.

Please have a way to receive severe weather alerts this afternoon. Another front arrives by Wednesday, bringing only a small chance for rain Wednesday afternoon and evening. Southwesterly wind 15-25 miles per hour.

Monday: Sunny. Wind: NE/S 5-15; gusty.

A line of thunderstorms will move in to western Southwest Georgia Sunday morning, continuing to move east throughout the morning into the afternoon.



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