Tracking Our Cold Front

Good Friday, everyone. We have a potent cold front sweeping across the state, bringing another line of showers and storms across the east. A few of these could still be strong. The air coming in behind this for the weekend looks much better, but there is an increasing risk for showers late Sunday into Monday.

The line of storms along our evening front may have high winds and hail across the eastern half of the state. Temps ahead of this are in the 70s, but come crashing down through tonight.

Readings by Saturday morning can reach the freezing mark or below. The rest of the day looks good with a mix of sun and clouds and temps ranging from the upper 40s to middle 50s.

Sunday starts cold and ends with clouds increasing ahead of another wet weather maker. Showers work in later in the day and take us through Monday…

As that exits, a stronger system looks to bring heavy rain and a few strong storms in here for late Tuesday and Wednesday…

Temps behind this will warm deep into the 70s for the second half of the week. More storms will likely fire as well.

Here are your tracking toys for the remainder of the day…

Current watches
Current Watches

Possible Watch Areas

Current MDs

Make it a good one and take care.


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One Response to Tracking Our Cold Front

  1. Mike S says:

    According to what I read, seems to be a controversial issue about television coverage of tornado-warned storms. Admittedly, they are disruptive. But, when weather threatens life and property….Besides, perhaps complainers can get a similar service like I have and view any of your prime time faves for that week anytime.

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