As we move into the overnight hours, the storms should become more linear in nature. After a chilly start to the morning, afternoon highs should rebound to the upper 60s. Strong winds and a wintry mix of rain, snow, sleet and freezing rain are possible through the morning, transitioning into all snow later in the day. What is expected to be widespread is heavy rain - 1-2 inches locally more. High pressure builds in with dry air and breezy conditions. Areas near the metro, far Southeastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa have the greatest likelihood of seeing these storms develop and move through. This may cause some storm cells to rotate. The best chances for severe weather tonight lie in our NE counties. Heavy rain may be persistent, but the damaging wind threat will ease as the line of storms tracks eastward.
A potent storm system will sweep across the Carolinas on Sunday bringing a line of rain & storms along with an increased risk of severe weather.
Know the difference in a "watch" and a "warning".
South Georgia has the potential for scattered severe thunderstorms on Sunday.
Severe storms look likely in the Arklatex Friday afternoon through Friday night. It is possible even in a warning that your exact location may not experience the worst effects, but the presumption for safety at that point should be that they will occur. Temperatures will fall from the 40s early in the day to the 20s by the evening hours. You can also download our free "WXXV Weather Authority" app for live, interactive radar and the latest updates on watch/warning information for your area.