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Cold front could bring severe weather Sunday

15 April 2018, 10:40 | Erica Roy

Officials in NO are weather aware of the possibility of strong storms

What goes up, must come down; tracking storms and colder air

Afternoon would actually be worse because that would give the atmosphere more time to heat and create more instability. For now, severe weather doesn't appear to be a threat.

Northwest Florida has a risk of seeing some severe weather Sunday from around 12 a.m.to 7 a.m.

No matter what the temperature is, heavy rain is a good bet. Look for a little sleet this morning mixing with snow at times before we see an overall change to snow in the afternoon hours. Our next chance for showers and storms will be next Friday and Saturday with highs in the 70s.

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. Don't put that winter coat away just yet! Lingering showers will extend all the way into Sunday morning though.

"And while not everyone will experience severe weather today, models are consistently gridding out 1-2" of rain in a short window this evening as everything rolls through. Southerly wind 5-10 miles per hour.

Cloudy, windy and warm with a 100% chance for heavy rain and storms.

A warm Saturday locally can help support at least borderline severe storms with strong wind gusts.

Storms will also produce brief, torrential rain and possibly hail up to about the size of quarters. Watch for broken tree limbs and other debris.* Outlook.Benign winds for Tuesday and Wednesday.PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS.A High Wind Watch means there is the potential for a hazardous high wind event.

After the cold front, the weather will be much cooler Monday as highs will struggle to reach 70.

Lows will be in the middle 40s Monday morning.

Sunny, breezy and cool. Lows north around 55 and south around 61.

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