Severe weather possible late tonight

Severe weather possible late tonight

Severe weather possible late tonight

The cold front will sweep across the southeast Tuesday through Wednesday, arriving in Middle Georgia early Wednesday morning. These areas are likely to see damaging wins over 60 miles per hour, hail the size of golfballs, and even the threat of strong long lived tornadoes. A slight risk means scattered severe thunderstorms are possible, but would be short-lived and not widespread.

To the west of the Golden Triangle, golf-ball-size hail will also be a possibility.

Impacts: The Storm Prediction Center has an *enhanced risk* of severe storms for northwest Alabama late Tuesday with a *slight risk* for almost everyone else.

When: This evening, between 7-10 p.m.

Strong to severe storms could impact the St. Louis area tonight and again tomorrow.

The system notifies locals with emergency information through phone calls, text messages, emails and social media. This will provide plenty of energy for storms to intensify as they move through the Mid-South.

Our severe weather threat should wind down by 11 p.m. this evening.

Windy and cold with morning snow showers on Wednesday.

The front will be followed by some chilly air with lows in the upper 30s Thursday morning.

Forecasters are calling for a lot of rain to fall throughout western Pennsylvania on Tuesday.

Ahead of the cold front, I'm expecting strong to severe storms.

If you have outdoor plans for Friday or Saturday it would be best to make indoor alternatives in case rain occurs.

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