First Alert Forecast: Strong to Severe Storms Will Start The Holiday Weekend By Friday

Feeling A Bit Warmer and More Humid Next Couple of Days

Dominic Brown's evening forecast

First Alert Friday For Strong Thunderstorms

High pressure off the coast will keep us warm and dry the next couple of days. A bit more humidity the next few days as well.

First Alert Friday! A strong cold front will move into the state and head of the front will be showers and thunderstorms, some will be strong to severe. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has all of the Midlands under a “Slight” Risk of severe weather. The biggest threats are Damaging Winds and Heavy Rain. There is still a risk of Tornadoes and Hail. Once the front passes, we’ll see great weather for this Easter weekend with much cooler/less humid conditions.

Weather Highlights:

- Warm and a bit more humid Today and Thursday

- First Alert Friday for Strong/Severe Thunderstorms.

- Friday’s storms could produce Damaging Winds, Heavy Rain and Tornadoes


Today: Mostly sunny. Highs Lower 80s

Tonight: Clear. Low Near 60

Thursday: Partly cloudy, warm and humid. Highs lower to middle 80s

First Alert Friday: Cloudy with a 90% chance of rain and thunderstorms. Some storms will be severe with Damaging Winds, Heavy Rain, Tornadoes and Hail. Highs middle 70s

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