The severe weather threat has diminished. All tornado watches have or will be canceled. We will be left with wet & windy conditions. Those winds will be gusty at 30-40 mph. Rain and wind will continue through the afternoon hours. Another threat will be flooding due to torrential rain in some locations, so keep that in mind as you travel. Cold air rushes in behind this front through the afternoon with a few snowflakes to follow overnight. We are not looking at accumulating snow. We will have multiple chances from tonight through Saturday to see snow fall down toward the ground.
Meteorologist Micah Harris
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