Published: Sun, April 15, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Cool, calm weather expected for first half of week — FIRST ALERT FORECAST

Cool, calm weather expected for first half of week — FIRST ALERT FORECAST

Portions of the state are under an enhanced risk with numerous severe storms possible. The rain will slowly taper as we start the day on Sunday as it pushes into East Alabama and finally on into Georgia by Sunday afternoon.

Clearing should begin late evening or night with a sharp drop in temperatures by Sunday morning. Afternoon temperatures will be in the mid-50s with winds gusting to 20 miles per hour for a much cooler than normal mid-April day.

The clouds and showers are projected to stay in place for Sunday, with an afternoon high of just 44 degrees.

Monday and Tuesday morning lows will be in the 40s and 50s. High temperatures will only be in the lower to mid 60s. It will be a quiet week with a warming trend pushing the mercury into the upper-80s, near 90° on Tuesday. By Friday another storm should be bringing wind, colder air, and a chance for rain and snow to the region. Low 60s are likely on Monday as well.

A cold front will meet up with the dry line Friday night, increasing the storm chance late this evening for the metro and eastern counties.

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. Some storms could be strong to severe.

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The veering profile may cause some cells in the storm line to rotate as well, increasing the damaging wind threat and creating the possibility of a few brief "spin-up" tornadoes even within the line.

As of Saturday afternoon, much of our area was already under a "Slight Risk" for severe weather.

Monday will be quite a bit calmer but cooler behind the cold front.

We can expect the storm to roll through Central Florida between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Fri: High: 63 Low: 46 Mostly cloudy with showers possible.

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