Rounds of showers and thunderstorms could cause issues across the region Saturday. Damaging winds, large hail and a few tornadoes will be possible.
After getting rid of the rain Saturday morning, it turned out to be a fairly nice looking weekend. The "feeling" part was a different story. This blast of cold air looks to stick around for another day. This morning is not typical for this time a year. Frost Advisory will be taken off by 9 am. We will warm today, but not much. Highs today will only make it to the mid 50's for most locations. Lingering showers will last through afternoon for the southeastern zones. All should be clear tonight as lows, once again, look to fall in the upper 30's to lower 40's. Tuesday will be nice and dry with highs near 66. Wednesday a weak front passes through with only an isolated chance at rain. Thursday will be much like Tuesday with highs in the mid 60 and plenty of sunshine. Scattered showers work in on Friday and possibly into the weekend. The best chance at rain will be on Friday as highs sky rocket near 80 degrees for the weekend.
Meteorologist Micah Harris
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