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April 11, 2019 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

April 11, 2019

We’ve enjoyed a very warm Thursday! Weather will stay warm through the weekend, with off-and-on shots of showers and storms between now and Sunday night. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for tonight through Monday!

Starting tomorrow afternoon, we’ll see a few storm systems moving toward and through our area. That will enhance chances of rain and thunderstorms, but the best chance of damaging weather looks to be on Sunday. Even then, storms will hit some and miss some. Here’s a quick look at things:

  • Tonight-Cloudy, with windy conditions in the mountains. Low 58.
  • Friday-Partly to mostly cloudy, with some scattered afternoon showers and storms possible. High 79.
  • Friday night-Cloudy with a few scattered showers. Low 56.
  • Saturday-Partly cloudy, a few scattered showers and storms. High 75.
  • Sunday-Partly to mostly cloudy, with afternoon showers and storms that could be strong to severe. High 75.
  • Monday-Cloudy, with morning rain showers. Cooler, with highs near 60.

A High Wind Warning is up for the mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina, as winds could gust up to 60 mph in that area until 10 tomorrow morning. If you have anything outside that might blow away or get tipped over in winds like that, you might want to bring them inside.

Despite what it looks like up there in the outlook, a lot of folks might not see any rain at all tomorrow. There will be a line of showers and storms headed our way, but they might die out before they get here. So clouds will increase and rain with possible thunder might happen in spots through Friday night.

Saturday looks similar, but id does appear that what storms do get here will definitely bring rain. So, smaller rain chances, but more storms may actually get here.

All the severe weather indices start to perk up for our area on Sunday as another cold front comes our way. That’s when severe weather might be a possibility. As of now, it looks like damaging winds and some hail are the most likely severe weather threats on Sunday afternoon.

So, keep an eye out for the weather when you’re out, because it will feel nice enough to be outside before the storms start. Once they do, make sure you get inside and stay connected to what’s going on weather wise, just in case any warnings are issued for our area. Go ahead and check out the Severe Weather Safety Rules page, so you’ll know where to go and what to do when those warnings come up.

I’ll be watching the storms as they roll in not only Sunday, but all weekend long. Keep an eye here or on my Twitter (look for that on the right side of the blog), and I’ll update everything as things happen.

Have a wonderful Friday!

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