COLUMBUS, GA (WRBL)-Cold front will continue to push through during the afternoon, an isolated shower or storm will be possible for extreme southern and southeastern portions of the News 3 viewing area but most look to stay dry. Behind the front, breezy, dry and sunny, which means Good Friday will be beautiful. Expect high temperatures to jump back into the low 80s. 

Weather Aware Saturday: Watching a complex of storms that will move through Saturday morning into midday. This line of storms will move from north to south and could contain gusty winds. As of right now, extreme southwest portions of Barbour and Bullock counties are under a marginal risk for level 1 out of 5 for strong storms.

We’ll keep the chance for isolated showers and storms through Easter Sunday though this at the moment doesn’t look like a wash out. Showers and a rumble of thunder will remain in the forecast through early next week, finally drying out by Tuesday.