The main line of storms leftover from last night, will begin to push into our westernmost areas around 9-10 AM Sunday. Storms will hit the coast first and then move inland. A few lingering showers possible through the afternoon. Strong winds aloft translating to the surface in downdrafts will bring the potential of damaging winds - hard to say if this will be sporadic or fairly widespread. Remember, our average high temperature for this time of the year is 66°.
The Live 5 First Alert Weather team declared Sunday a First Alert Weather Day because of the possibility of severe weather.
The winds will start ramping up Sunday morning, and it will be warm and very humid. Clouds return Thursday, and right now we can't rule out a few scattered showers into early Friday. Any storms we see, do have the potential to be strong to severe.
A storm system stretching from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes has buffeted the central USA with heavy snow, winds, rain and hail, forcing flight cancellations, creating treacherous road conditions and killing at least three people, including a sleeping 2-year-old Louisiana girl. Heavy rainfall, frequent lightning, and gusty winds have bee the primary impacts along the leading edge.
Sunday: A cloudier day with some showery rain, though some bright or sunny intervals may break through later in the afternoon especially in the west.
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Behind the front there will be another blast of cooler air moving in on Monday.
We'll have sunshine Monday with afternoon temperatures in the upper 30s followed by mid 40s Tuesday.
Temperatures recover on Tuesday when the high is expected to climb to 62 degrees.
Winds will be light and it will feel warmer than yesterday. Winds will be light from Tuesday into Friday.