This system has produced several tornadoes over the past couple of days across the deep-south, and while it is expected to weaken, our atmosphere is potent enough to support severe weather during the day Sunday.
Another cold front will arrive Friday, but it does look capable much rain across the area.
Storms will exit eastern Virginia by around 4 a.m. Rainfall totals will exceed an inch in some locations. Some storms could be strong to severe.
Along with the possibility of damaging winds, hail and an isolated tornado, flash flooding will be possible. Sunday night will be clear and chilly with lows in the lower 40s and possibly some upper 30s.
Do not forget to keep with with the First Alert Weather team for the latest on changing weather conditions.
An isolated shower will possible this evening, with temps falling only into the 70s.
Long Islanders can expect a brief return to winter weather on Sunday, meteorologists said. Durfee said the storm will hit Fresno during the early morning to late afternoon. Then, a line of thunderstorms will move in from the Gulf. Chance of rain near 100 percent. Our WTXL First Alert Weather app can tell you if a storm near you has hail, strong winds or rotation. Pleasant sunny intervals and a few showers on Monday. The clash of warm air ahead of the front and cool air behind the front could lead to more severe storms. The average high is 84. Highs this afternoon will climb into the low 80s under a sun-filled sky. Winds will be lighter as high pressure builds in.
Urban areas of San Diego, which are not included in the high wind watch's boundaries, were expected to see wind speeds no higher than about 25 miles per hour, forecasters said.
Wednesday will be sunny and warm with highs in the upper-70s.