Strong storms overnight followed by cooler weather, Easter washout expected

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Strong storms overnight followed by cooler weather, Easter washout expected

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hi. Everybody near record heat across the area today, leading to the chance for strong storms overnight as a front heads our way. Just got the latest update from the Storm Prediction Center. And as we go through the overnight hours into the early morning of Thursday, we’re under the medium risk for severe weather with the high risk now issued for much of Tennessee is a strong line of storms moves through. The highest risk with all of this is going to be gusty. Winds and large hail and isolated tornado can’t be ruled out, but that’s not our greatest risk. With this set up a brand new computer model the time it out for you. So after some evening thunderstorms, we’ll watch for time frames after midnight. Here, you see that line starting to move toward the mountains between 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. Areas like Swing County down toward Franklin Color We Asheville in Hendersonville between four and 5 a.m. And then the upstate starts to get in on the action between 6 a.m. and 7 a.m. This would feature very heavy rainfall, some gusty winds and hail. Also possible with this line is it races through the area by around 78 o’clock. It’s pushing out, and that’s the good news here for you, as after we get through that, we’ll see cooling temperatures. It will be a cooler day in the mountains. You’ll start off in the upper sixties, but cool down as the day goes on. And for the upstate, a breezy day with a high near 80 cooler air settles in overnight. In fact, that’s where we start our Saturday near freezing in the mountains, the upper thirties in western North Carolina in the upstate, and some frost is also possible. Now. Much of Saturday looks just fine. It’s a beautiful day. Any kind of plans outdoors That’s your day to do it Sunday. A different story on Easter We’re looking at a complete washout. Strong system from the Gulf moves our way, and it’s gonna send a tremendous amount of rain our way. And it looks like rain all day Sunday from the morning all the way through the evening hours in an overnight Sunday into Monday, this strong front begins to head our way with MME. Or heavy rainfall. And depending on the track of this low will have to watch the potential for strong storms. Either way, you slice it Sunday Looks like a washout Saturday. A different story. Blue skies, A cold start topping out your 67 degrees will keep you posted. hi. Everybody near record heat across the area today, leading to the chance for strong storms overnight as a front heads our way. Just got the latest update from the Storm Prediction Center. And as we go through the overnight hours into the early morning of Thursday, we’re under the medium risk for severe weather with the high risk now issued for much of Tennessee is a strong line of storms moves through. The highest risk with all of this is going to be gusty. Winds and large hail and isolated tornado can’t be ruled out, but that’s not our greatest risk. With this set up a brand new computer model the time it out for you. So after some evening thunderstorms, we’ll watch for time frames after midnight. Here, you see that line starting to move toward the mountains between 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. Areas like Swing County down toward Franklin Color We Asheville in Hendersonville between four and 5 a.m. And then the upstate starts to get in on the action between 6 a.m. and 7 a.m. This would feature very heavy rainfall, some gusty winds and hail. Also possible with this line is it races through the area by around 78 o’clock. It’s pushing out, and that’s the good news here for you, as after we get through that, we’ll see cooling temperatures. It will be a cooler day in the mountains. You’ll start off in the upper sixties, but cool down as the day goes on. And for the upstate, a breezy day with a high near 80 cooler air settles in overnight. In fact, that’s where we start our Saturday near freezing in the mountains, the upper thirties in western North Carolina in the upstate, and some frost is also possible. Now. Much of Saturday looks just fine. It’s a beautiful day. Any kind of plans outdoors That’s your day to do it Sunday. A different story on Easter We’re looking at a complete washout. Strong system from the Gulf moves our way, and it’s gonna send a tremendous amount of rain our way. And it looks like rain all day Sunday from the morning all the way through the evening hours in an overnight Sunday into Monday, this strong front begins to head our way with MME. Or heavy rainfall. And depending on the track of this low will have to watch the potential for strong storms. Either way, you slice it Sunday Looks like a washout Saturday. A different story. Blue skies, A cold start topping out your 67 degrees will keep you posted.

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Strong storms overnight followed by cooler weather, Easter washout expected

A line of storms sparking strong winds, heavy rain and lightning is moving through overnight.WYFF News 4 chief meteorologist Chris Justus says the area is under a medium risk for strong winds and large hail. Chris said the timeframe for storms is through 8am. Track storms on interactive radar | Extended forecast Thursday will feature clearing skies, windy conditions with cooler air moving into the mountains. By Friday high temperatures will cool some 20 degree topping out in the upper 50s to around 60. Saturday morning temperatures will be near freezing with frost possible in the mountains and a chilly start in the upper 30s for the upstate.Saturday afternoon will feature sunny skies and temperatures warmer, near 68. Rain moves in quickly Saturday night and Easter Sunday looks like a washout. Several inches of rain will be possible Sunday morning through Monday morning raising concerns for isolated flooding.As a strong low pressure system moves in from the Gulf of Mexico, strong storms will also be monitored with the system. The greatest risk for storms right now is in southern Alabama and southern Georgia. If the track of the low pressure system changes, the storm threat locally could rise.

A line of storms sparking strong winds, heavy rain and lightning is moving through overnight.

WYFF News 4 chief meteorologist Chris Justus says the area is under a medium risk for strong winds and large hail. Chris said the timeframe for storms is through 8am.

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Track storms on interactive radar | Extended forecast

Thursday will feature clearing skies, windy conditions with cooler air moving into the mountains. By Friday high temperatures will cool some 20 degree topping out in the upper 50s to around 60.

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Saturday morning temperatures will be near freezing with frost possible in the mountains and a chilly start in the upper 30s for the upstate.

Saturday afternoon will feature sunny skies and temperatures warmer, near 68.

Rain moves in quickly Saturday night and Easter Sunday looks like a washout. Several inches of rain will be possible Sunday morning through Monday morning raising concerns for isolated flooding.

As a strong low pressure system moves in from the Gulf of Mexico, strong storms will also be monitored with the system. The greatest risk for storms right now is in southern Alabama and southern Georgia. If the track of the low pressure system changes, the storm threat locally could rise.

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