Tracking a line of winds, rain, and potential isolated strong storms, for tonight’s forecast


(Light -WEATHER AWARE-9:30-1am): This is for a squall line and wind gusts along the line and a few storms.  A strong cold front will be moving into the region and the day on Tuesday. A squall line, albeit weakening late this evening from 9:30-1am. Models have it holding up in, with a few storms up to 50kts. This would include all central Alabama counties and hold up through our Georgia counties around news time. Starting at 11/10 CT will likely see a few storms with winds significant from 45-58 mph, which the higher end at 50kts may bring us close to an isolated severe thunderstorm or two.  Not widespread and all southeast of Columbus after 1am.

Tuesday: the cold front moves through by 6/5CT and clears but throughout the day, it’ll be cloudy, with scattered light showers. The cooler air will be felt Wednesday morning, with readings dipping down into the lower 50s.

Thursday-Friday: Another cold front but this one is a dry cold front (No rain)…We will feel the cooler and breezy condition for the weekend.

Early next week: Yet again another cold front brings in a few showers and another cold front will keep us just below average.

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