Conditions range from severe weather in the lower Mississippi River Valley and southeast to blizzard conditions in the Northern Plains and upper Midwest. Wind chills will be an issue again today, as the “feels-like temperatures” range in the 20s even after lunchtime.
“In terms of damage, I still think winds will be the main concern”, Meteorologist Stephanie Sine said. The better chance for rain will come at some point Sunday.
The day will be warm and humid, too, with highs in the low 80s and dew points in the mid-60s. Friday looks nice with a mostly sunny sky and highs in the mid 70s.
As we head through the evening, a line of strong to severe thunderstorms will track from west to east across the state. It will be cooler on Thursday with lows in the low-to-mid-50s and highs in the lower-70s.
Monday’s high is expected to be 79 with a low of 55. It will also be breezy out of the southeast with winds between 15-20 miles per hour. Quite different than the average high, which is usually 73 degrees this time of the year.
The slow moving storm system we’ve been watching all week finally moves through Alabama Saturday.
After a warm and lovely Saturday in the low 80s, we have made it to our First Alert Day.
Remain in place of shelter until you are notified that the hazard has passed.
Very warm and quiet weather wraps up the weekend before a windy and cool storm system impacts Arizona early next week.
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