Low clouds are widespread over the region, but holes in the overcast are occurring west, south & east of the area. Some holes will occur in places today.
Temperatures are 32-40 northeast to southwest over the area as of 1:30 p.m.
A nice warm-up is ahead with temperatures nearly 20 degrees above normal Friday.
Rain is likely Friday night to part of Saturday. It will taper, followed by falling temperatures & lots of wind Saturday afternoon.
A few rain/snow to snow showers are possible on the backside of the system Saturday night to Sunday morning.
Winds may gust to 45 mph in some areas.
0.75-1.15" rainfall is possible here.
Some severe weather risk is possible in the deep southern U.S.
A powerhouse storm follows late next week with lots of wind & rain for the area with 50s & 60s.
Severe weather outbreak is possible across the southern U.S. in strongly-sheared environment with enough CAPE negatively-tilted upper trough.
Some MARGINAL RISK for severe weather may get as far north as our viewing area.
1-2" of rainfall is possible here.
Winds on the back side of the system may gust 45-55 mph.