A stronger cold front and storm system moves in by the beginning of the weekend, so we'll call for a 20% rain/storm chance by Friday.slightly better by Saturday at 30% as the front moves through. Windy conditions will persist again throughout the day.
The winter storm making parts of Minnesota miserable has lessened in its intensity Sunday morning, but icy road conditions are still challenging drivers in most areas. An isolated thunderstorm is not out of the question.
Any storms that develop will likely produce heavy rain, gusty winds, and frequent lightning.
Things will really start to pick up late Sunday into the early morning hours on Monday. Storms will target central Virginia after 9 p.m. and last through midnight. Review your severe weather plan and know what you should do if a severe storm or tornado is near you. For that region around Winner, Mission, and Murdo, highs will only get into the low to mid 30s. Flooding is listed as a lesser threat, with the exception of localized flooding from periods of heavy rain.More news: Carrie Underwood Posts First Close-Up Selfie Since Her Accident
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Cooler and more tranquil weather will arrive for Monday.
The Storm Prediction Center has shifted the highest severe weather risk north into Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. Tuesday and Wednesday look much warmer with highs in the upper 70s to near 80° and a mostly sunny sky each day.
"A Flash Flood Watch has already been issued for the entire area from 1 am Saturday morning to 1 am Sunday morning as we are expecting 2-4" + across the area. Cooler temperatures in the beginning of the week will give way to a warming trend by midweek.
Another shot of cooler air will move in behind that cold front and drop our temperatures back into the 50s for your Thursday.