After a day of talking snow on St. Patrick's Day, now we are talking stormy weather. Showers and thunderstorms make their presence felt today with possibly strong to severe storms. The main threats will be damaging winds, flooding and hail, but with these types of situations we can never rule out an isolated tornado. This system will work its way out by afternoon with the main zone to expect severe storms will be south of I-64.
Once this cold front moves through we can expect another cold snap starting Tuesday with highs in the 40s under mostly sunny skies. Come Tuesday night and into Wednesday we will have another chance at seeing snow. Highs for the next several days don't look to reach 50 degrees, so buckle up for this winter ride.
Meteorologist Micah Harris
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