Our Next Storm: Thursday
After sunshine and highs around 80°, we'll see our next storm system plow through the Gulf Coast Thursday afternoon.
Thursday's system has the potential to bring us a round of severe storms in the form of damaging winds and some hail, with the outside chance of a tornado. I've moved up the timing on this storm, so look for our main storm window between Noon and 5pm Thursday evening. Areas of lingering rain should end by midnight at the latest. With a faster-moving system, flood concerns will be minimized.
Skies will clear after some patchy morning fog on Friday, turning sunny again with highs near 80° Friday afternoon. As for the weekend...the month of April starts out (yes, it's April 1st on Saturday) with mainly sunny skies and a high of 81°. Look for a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms developing on Sunday afternoon/evening, a better chance during the day on Monday. This next system also comes with the threat of severe storms, so keep checking back here for the latest.
Chief Meteorologist Chris Dunn
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