Today will feel more like June instead of March. Highs surge into the mid 80’s later this afternoon.
Looking ahead to the weekend, much of Saturday looks dry, but continuing to keep a close eye on the risk for strong to severe storms Saturday night across Giles County.
Areas to the west have been upgraded to a scattered risk for severe storms as a cold front brings a line of showers and storms to the area.
The latest timing shows the cold front entering late Saturday evening and weakening as it moves eastward.
Damaging winds and large hail are the primary concerns. An isolated tornado also cannot be ruled out, but that threat remains low.
The cold front sweeps through early Sunday morning, bringing temperatures back to near normal for the new week. Highs in the low 70s Monday.
Another system will bring a renewed round of showers and a few thunderstorms Monday night into Tuesday. That will drop temperatures even more by mid-week with highs only in the low to mid 60’s.