Here's when the best chance of severe weather will be on Sunday

Here's when the best chance of severe weather will be on Sunday

Extended: The air will continue to warm on Monday, and as the wind begins to pick up again Monday afternoon conditions could become favorable for the spread of wildfires.

Mostly sunny skies are in the forecast for Wednesday when the highs will warm up to between 55 and 60. Winds increase during the day and we'll have another round of Red Flag Warnings.

A Wind Advisory Remains in effect until 7:00 PM CDT for Briscoe, Childress, Cottle, Crosby, Dickens, Floyd, Hall, Kent, King, Motley, Stonewall and Swisher County.

Sunday, it will be sunny, but the chilly weather will stick around.

Monday's high is expected to be 79 with a low of 55.

Friday will be a little cooler with highs in the mid to upper 50s. We rebound to the lower 70's by mid-week.

Monday's going to be "a very washout morning", Avery said, so he suggested morning commuters allow for extra time.

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A potent cold front to our west brings showers and thunderstorms to the area for Sunday.

Your impacts and timing forecast suggests few or no impacts from storms Friday and Saturday.

A tranquil weather pattern will remain in place through the first half of the work/school week. There is a slight chance for storms Thursday evening along the Texas/New Mexico state line.

The rest of today and tonight look relatively tame with just a small chance at a couple of isolated showers. Most of the day will be dry for many, but in west/northwest Georgia, you'll need to be on alert for storms as early as Saturday afternoon. We'll keep an eye on things.

With the arrival of the new seasons, come threats from spring and summertime severe weather.

We're watching a major storm system that's sparking a multi-state blizzard warning, stretching from Kansas to Minnesota.

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