First Alert Weather day through tonight, strong to severe storms likely

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This area will likely either upgrade to a Blizzard Warning, Winter Weather Advisory, or Winter Storm Warning later this afternoon.

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Sunday is a First Alert Weather Day as a line of strong to possibly severe storms moves across the region late Sunday evening and into Sunday night. West of this line, a Slight Risk (threat level 2/5) of severe weather is posted. Some storms may be severe with gusty winds, heavy rains, and an isolated tornado can not be ruled out.

The weekend sees some improvement, but weather is still variable both Saturday and Sunday.

Tomorrow: Light rain possible, then windy and colder, with a high at 45. "AT midweek on Wednesday we have a light rain back in the forecast, with showers over northern in that produce up to.25" of liquid. As we move into the overnight hours, the storms should become more linear in nature.

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A flash flood watch has been issued for southeast Louisiana with severe weather expected to impact the area overnight and into the weekend, ac... If you take a peek at radar, things may not look all that bad early on Saturday. Low threat in west Tennessee and north Mississippi. A cold front will slowly be crossing the area.

For Tarrant County residents, the main question will be "where's the dryline" when those severe thunderstorms start firing up Friday afternoon.

The risk of severe weather is lower for Sunday, although there is a small risk as instability increases in the afternoon in east central Georgia. It will still be warm Sunday with highs in the upper 70s.

The cool front should bring temperatures closer to normal early next week. Heavy thunderstorms in Western Iowa will begin crossing the state and will arrive to our Northern Hometowns by this evening. We will see a mix of mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies.

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