The cold front that marched eastward across the country to start the weekend moves east of the Appalachians on Sunday bringing more gusty winds.
Saturday's storms produced wind gusts as high as 70 mph as well as spawning a few tornadoes.
After hitting the mountains, storms will weaken slightly, therefore lessening the threat for strong storms.
Despite the weakening storms, the slow front will bring substantial rainfall through Kentucky and Tennessee to the Gulf Coast.
However, with the clash of cold air with the abnormal warmth ahead of the front, higher wind gusts are still likely.
Winds could reach 60 mph in some places as the front passes across the Southeast. Some of these winds could be strong enough to cause damage, especially to tree limbs and power lines.
This front will keep moving eastward through late Sunday and bring showers to the coastlines on Monday. However, holiday travel on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day looks less hectic in the Southeast.
Storms forced the termination of the Idaho-Florida college football game at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium after just one play.
lightly above-normal temperatures are expected through the Labor Day weekend across the Los Angeles area.
Minneapolis is on the front line of a severe weather outbreak this Labor Day weekend.
Humidity and the threat of thunderstorms will continue in the Atlanta area through Friday.
Temperatures will remain in the 90s across the Metroplex through at least Thursday.
It will be unseasonably cool with a few showers around the Seattle area through at least Thursday.
Death Valley, CA (1971)
The high today was 108; the low 84. These were the coolest readings in the entire month. The average high during August was 115.7 degrees, and the low averaged 93.4.
Boise, ID (1984)
One-day-old Cadillac is crushed by a dumpster thrown by thunderstorm winds.
Houston, TX (1990)
A total of 0.31 inches of rain today. This was the first measurable rain in Houston since July 30th with 0.16 inches. This is the longest dry spell ever in Houston in August.