Storm Team 11 Forecast: Rain And Storms Today, Some Severe Weather Possible

Joann Johnston
April 15, 2018

Higher clouds spread over the forecast area this evening as heights lower and Pacific frontal system approaches.

The big changes will begin Sunday afternoon when a few showers begin to dump some rain on the Orlando area.

Monday night, the lows will be in the low 50s. Strong winds will develop today and last through Sunday, with showers and thunderstorms today, a wintry mix and icy conditions on Saturday, and accumulating snow through Sunday. There isn't a whole lot of moisture available, so we'll be mainly dry. It is possible even in a warning that your exact location may not experience the worst effects, but the presumption for safety at that point should be that they will occur. Odds for potentially gusty storms will spike later Sunday into Sunday night before tranquility returns Monday.

We need the rain, we're falling behind for the month and year at Camp Mabry, and it looks like at least 1 inch of rain will be possible Friday into Saturday along and east of 35.

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The winter storm making parts of Minnesota miserable has lessened in its intensity Sunday morning, but icy road conditions are still challenging drivers in most areas. This will take place ahead of strong cold front that'll move into our Region by Sunday evening.crossing overnight into Monday morning.

As the storms move onshore, there is a chance for localized, damaging wind gusts and the possibility of a brief, weak tornado.

Sunday night's rain will continue into Monday when the winds will be southeast at 24 miles per hour though the highs will be warmer - about 56 - and the lows about 40. It will be cloudy and much cooler with highs in the 60s.

The storm and powerful winds knocked out power to thousands of customers in MI, which was expected to get more snow and ice through the weekend. Just keeping a slight 20 percent chance for a shower.

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