Here's when the best chance of severe weather will be on Sunday

Lula Sharp
April 15, 2018

Storms will exit eastern Virginia by around 4 a.m. Rainfall totals will exceed an inch in some locations. 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. Potential impacts include: torrential downpours, lightning, small hail and damaging winds.

Cooler and more tranquil weather will arrive for Monday. Early morning temperatures will be in the 40s, Avery said, with winds east northeast at 20 to 30 miles per hour at times during the day making the temperature feel like the 20s in some locations.

After a warm and lovely Saturday in the low 80s, we have made it to our First Alert Day. The tornado threat could be more significant if supercell thunderstorms are able to form ahead of the main line.

The sheriff's office says a light freezing rain was falling at the time of the crash.

Boating conditions will be hazardous all day Sunday into Monday.

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Engle said the normal average high is 58 and the normal low 41.

Thursday's forecast calls for a high of 78 with a low of 59.

We'll see plenty of sunshine with barometers hitting between 17 and 18 degrees for the first time in forever!

A powerful storm system sweeping through the central USA brought hail and high winds to parts of Texas, toppling trees and power lines but causing no major injuries. Mid to late week, high pressure moves into the Western Atlantic with a warming trend and moisture returning.

But many city parks and landscapes were filled with people trying to make the most of the first warm days of spring. Highs will rebound into the upper 50s on Monday, some middle/upper 70s on Tuesday and then 65-70° for the rest of the week.

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