First Alert Weather: Stormy Sunday

Cold Raindrops

Cold Raindrops

It was a mild start to the morning, and it will only get warmer as we progress through the afternoon. Nighttime temperatures will be mainly in the 60s amid south winds operating around 10 miles per hour. Dry Tuesday then possible unsettled weather Wednesday and Thursday. Average high temperatures for this time in April are in the upper 50s to lower 60s so we will be well above that.

It'll feel like the minus teens with wind chill to start the weekend as a warm front swings in during the day and keeps us under mostly cloudy skies. These have a habit of turning handsome warm days into raw chilly days, and Saturday looks like a classic setup. During the day we will have a mix of clouds and sunshine.

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Occasional evening rain and drizzle is predicted for Sunday night, along with occasional evening rain and drizzle and heavy rain late into the night. Cool temperatures in the beginning of the week will give way to a warming trend midweek through the end of the work week. There is a 20% chance for showers/storms, mainly late this afternoon. The bulk of the activity will move through South MS between noon and 6 PM, but rain and the potential for strong storms will continue through the night before clearing early Sunday. The high will be near 48. Strong north winds gusting to near 45 miles per hour will make an already cold April day feel even colder.

The newest update for your First Alert weather app will allow you to customize individual alerts, including severe thunderstorm, tornado, and flooding. As of now it looks like 1 to 3 inches will be possible, especially through northern Teller county, by Saturday morning. We're turning cooler, drier and windy today.and our weather concern today is rapid fire development with elevated fire weather conditions in place.

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