Record Warmth, Heavy Rain, and Strong Storms

WBKO 13 News First Alert Forecast
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Prepared by Shane Holinde
Monday, February 4, 2019

A very Spring-like pattern continues through much of this week. A series of disturbances will bring us unsettled weather with ongoing chances for rain, wind and even thunderstorms. As a front stalls in the Tennessee Valley and returns north as a warm front late Tuesday, more rain is likely, along with a few thunderstorms with heavy rain Wednesday and Thursday. Some storms Thursday could be strong, with wind gusts of 40mph+ possible. Flooding/flash flooding will also be concerns late week, with upwards of 3" of rain possible. As the cold front finally passes through late Thursday, we will see a nearly 40° drop in temperature which may change any leftover rain to a brief period of snow Friday morning. The weekend will be cooler but closer to average temps.

Your Hometown Weather Leader Forecast...

TUESDAY: Mostly Cloudy with A Few Showers
High 68, Low 57, winds SW-8

WEDNESDAY: Windy, Showers Likely, Thunder Possible. Record Warm Temps
High 73, Low 63, winds SW-12, Gusts to 25

THURSDAY: Windy with Showers and Thunderstorms Likely. Record Warm Temps
High 74, Low 31, winds SW-17, G-45