With high pressure sitting over the Southeast and staying there for a while, there's not much to talk about except what will happen down the road. The exception is some thunderstorms in Oklahoma and parts of Texas over the next couple of days. Down the road, we may have both tropical troubles and with a bit of free time I mention the drought situation, or lack thereof, and what the rain outlook is for between now and the start of the next growing season.
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A couple of cold nights are ahead in the Southeast while temperatures moderate farther west. A couple of rain makers are coming through this weekend.
We will see one more stormy day tomorrow, affecting the East Coast, before the current storm system moves away. Very cold air for April is moving in behind it and will cause a freeze far to the South.
The net storm system to push through the Southeast will bring another round of severe storms and some heavy rains for some areas. Behind it, a shot of some serious cold will be coming south.
Some dangerous weather will affect much of the South through tomorrow with a ton of rain for some areas and severe thunderstorms causing tornadoes in other places.
Another storm system is about to move in and bring a good slug of rain and some severe weather to parts of the South over the next few days. After that, some chilly air will move in.
Another storm will move across the South Sunday into Monday with drenching rains and some severe storms. In its wake, colder air will push back in.