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Severe weather could slam us on Sunday, forecasters warn South Florida

15 April 2018

Monday and Tuesday will be cooler with wind and rain, but from there on in, things are going to improve considerably.

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

Thursday's forecast calls for a high of 78 with a low of 59.

South Georgia has the potential for scattered severe thunderstorms on Sunday. Again, we don't want to get ahead of ourselves, but if the storm path stays close to where the models are putting it - we could be looking at a system capable of taking a dent out of the drought.

Saturday will feature another warm afternoon with a gusty breeze.

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Our next weather maker will push in over the next weekend and ironically enough bring another threat of storms to the area by next weekend!

The warming trend will start Wednesday with highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s with a mostly sunny sky.

Late Sunday night or very early Monday morning we will likely see an intense line of storms move through SE NC. Frequent lightning and heavy rainfall are also expected along with the possibility of tornadoes and waterspouts. Though Sunday will be cloudier and perhaps even showery and therefore not as warm as Friday's mid 70s to lower 80s (82 at Roanoke was first 80-degree day since the record-smashing 84 on February 22) or Saturday's widespread 70s, temperatures will still warm considerably during the day into the mid 60s to lower 70s before this front pushes toward us in the evening. Sunday's game was also called off because of the storm, which by Saturday night had buried Minneapolis under more than 13 inches of snow (33 centimeters).

A powerful storm system sweeping through the central USA has knocked down trees in many places and caused power outages, including thousands in MI. Sustained winds of at least 40 mph.or gusts of 58 mph or stronger may occur.

It may not be time to fish out the factor 50 just yet, but the sunshine and warm weather brings a welcome change from the usual carry-on!

Severe weather could slam us on Sunday, forecasters warn South Florida