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. Strong winds, tornadoes, and heavy rain are our greatest concerns. Tuesday afternoon will be sunny and warmer with highs near 70 degrees. Morning lows are expected in the low-to-mid 30s on average around the region. A solid or broken like of gusty showers and storms will march eastward through the late evening and partially overnight hours. A "backdoor front" - designated by the dashed purple line on this morning's satellite view (left panel of the graphic) - is forcing cooler air and overcast skies southward. It'll warm back into the middle 50s Friday morning but will once again cool into the middle 40s Saturday morning. There is a 90% chance for showers and storms today. First Alert Weather Days are created to give you an early notification about the possibility of severe weather in your area. Highs around 83. Wind S 10-20 miles per hour. Lows around 68. Wind S 10-20 miles per hour.
On Sunday morning, the Storm Prediction Center elevated the threat to "enhanced" for most of SC, which means the threat of numerous widespread severe storms are possible as a strong cold front moves in. The best chances for severe weather tonight lie in our NE counties. Heavy rainfall will also be a threat. Highs around 77. Wind S 15-25 miles per hour. Everything looks to move out by sunrise on Monday, so this will not be a whole day event.
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Sunny and milder. Pleasant.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: Low: 31, High: 44. Mid to late week, high pressure moves into the Western Atlantic with a warming trend and moisture returning.