Storms end later this morning! Details here — FIRST TO ALERT

  • Storms end later this morning! Details here — FIRST TO ALERT

Storms end later this morning! Details here — FIRST TO ALERT

Accumulating snow is expected through the end of the weekend, with decreasing snowfall rates on Sunday afternoon as the weather system pulls to the east. Thunderstorms, some of which could become severe, are expected to follow.

The slow moving storm system we've been watching all week finally moves through Alabama Saturday. As I mentioned before, anywhere that stays fairly quiet Saturday morning will be more poised for thunderstorm activity Saturday afternoon and evening.

Our next weather maker will push in over the next weekend and ironically enough bring another threat of storms to the area by next weekend! Lows Monday will dip into the upper 30s to low 40s.

Tornado watches were issued Sunday morning for Flagler, Marion and Sumter counties and will remain in effect until 6 p.m. Storms are expected to produce 40 to 60 miles per hour wind gusts and isolated gusts between 60 and 70 miles per hour. Damaging wind gusts with an isolated tornado is also possible, let alone some hail.

Inside look at large tree resting on RV
Inside look at large tree resting on RV

Severe storms moved across MS and Alabama late Friday Night into the day on Saturday.

EXTENDED FORECAST DETAILS: A lingering shower or storm is possible very early Monday but overall expect a much drier and cooler pattern to commence.

The storm knocked out power to thousands of customers in MI, which was expected to get more snow and ice throughout the weekend. Chance of rain near 100 percent.

It may not be time to fish out the factor 50 just yet, but the sunshine and warm weather brings a welcome change from the usual carry-on! It warns that cold air masses clashing with warmer temperatures may have an impact throughout South Florida beginning Sunday afternoon and continuing into Sunday night. Highs on Monday will climb into the upper 70s.