The weather service said all modes of severe weather will be possible with this next system, including tornadoes, strong winds and hail. On Sunday, Tuscaloosa is expected to see severe thunderstorms, as a storm front moves across the nation.
Breezy and warm conditions are expected Wednesday in the Houston area ahead of a cold front, according to the National Weather Service.
Severe thunderstorm warnings and tornado watches have been issued for some portions of Central Georgia. Daytime highs should move back into the upper 60s or lower 70s this afternoon along with southeast winds and 15 to 20 miles per hour.
Widespread showers are expected with a cold front Saturday, April 29, 2017, with some storms capable of locally heavy rainfall. The chance of precipitation is 80 percent.
The risk of severe weather begins Friday night into Friday evening. Look for the south wind to continue Tuesday night and Wednesday as the next in a series of disturbances approaches our area.
If the storm emerges onto the Plains farther to the north or south than latest indications, the severe weather zone will also shift in that direction. The expected low will be around 49 with south winds of 6 to 9 miles per hour becoming west in the evening.
Rain likely by Tuesday night through Thursday with totals in some spots picking up over an inch!
The weather service predicts more significant severe and heavy rain to return Friday and Saturday.
Remain weather alert during the overnight and have multiple ways to receive severe weather warnings. The Storm Prediction Center has continued the marginal risk today over the News3 coverage area.