We had one tornado warning in Camden and Glynn Counties with no reports of any damage and several warned thunderstorms.
A strong cold front will bring powerful storms to our area late Sunday into Sunday night, and severe weather is possible. It still looks like the "greatest" threat of severe storms will be southwest of the Huntsville area through Central and South Alabama Saturday afternoon.
The roughest weather will be between 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. Make sure any loose items in your yard are tied down or in a covered shelter. Storms were developing along a line from Fort Smith, AR, to Hugo, OK, to Paris, Canton, College Station and San Antonio, TX.
Acadiana can expect a stormy start to the weekend, with the threat of severe storms early Saturday, followed by a taste of mid-winter-like temperatures, under full sunshine Sunday.
It is likely that a tornado watch will be issued later.
I always stress "preparation, not panic" when facing any kind of potential inclement weather situation. The public should monitor weather news sources and pay close attention to warnings.Читайте также: Paid Crystal Microtransactions Return to 'Star Wars Battlefront II' Next Week
A cold front moved through North Texas overnight pushing in much cooler weather and gusty northwest winds.
While the chance of hail, lightning and tornado's are slight, the chance for damaging winds are elevated. Monday morning will be a very windy, cold time to be outside.
"Winds still remain the biggest concern as some stronger storms could produce 40+ miles per hour winds", Prinz said.
A large part of the WBTV viewing area, including the Foothills & Piedmont, has now been upgraded to an Enhanced Risk (orange area) of severe weather.
A lake wind advisory is in effect for the region through 10 p.m. Friday. We'll cool back into the middle 40s for Wednesday and Thursday morning.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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