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Severe weather: Heavy thunderstorms could bring hail and tornadoes to the Georgia coast in the Lowcountry

A front moves west to east across coastal Georgia and the Lowcountry on Saturday, bringing with it the possibility of scattered but strong storms.



NOW HERE IS YOUR STORM TRACKING RADAR… TODAY A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, THEN SHOWERS LIKELY AND POSSIBLE A THUNDERSTORM AFTER 3 PM. MAINLY CLOUDY WITH HIGHS NEAR 80. SOUTHWEST WIND 9 TO 16 MPH. THE CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 60%. NEW RAINFALL AMOUNTS BETWEEN A TENTH AND A QUARTER INCH, EXCEPT HIGHER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE IN THUNDERSTORMS. TONIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS BEFORE 11 PM, THEN A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS BETWEEN 11 PM AND 3 AM. MAINLY CLOUDY WITH A LOW AROUND 51. SOUTHWEST WIND 9 TO 11 MPH. THE CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 40%. SUNDAY PALYRT SUNNY, THEN BECOMING GRADUALLY SUNNY, WITH HIGHS NEAR 71. WIND NORTHWEST 9 TO 15 MPH. SUNDAY NIGHT CLEAR WITH LOW AROUND 48. WIND NORTH 3 TO 7 MPH. SUNNY MONDAY WITH HIGHS NEAR 70. NORTHEAST WIND 5 TO 13 MPH. MONDAY NIGHT MAINLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW OF APPROXIMATELY 5ND5. TUESDAY PARTLY SUNNY WITH HIGHS NEAR 76. TUESDAY NIGHT 20 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AFTER 2 AM. MAINLY CLOUDY WITH LOWS AROUND 65. WEDNESDAY CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, THEN LIKELY SHOWERS AND POSSIBLE A THUNDERSTORM AFTER 2 PM. MAINLY CLOUDY WITH HIGHS NEAR 78. WINDY. THE CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 70%. WEDNESDAY EVENING LIKELY SHOWERS AND POSSIBLE A THUNDERSTORM OR MAINLY CLOUDY WITH LOWS AROUND 63. CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 60%. THURSDAY SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS LIKELY. MAINLY CLOUDY WITH HIGHS NEAR 75. CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 60%. THURSDAY EVENING 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS. MAINLY CLOUDY WITH A LOW AROUND 57. FRIDAY 20 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS. MAINLY SUNNY WITH HIGHS NEAR 72. TODAY CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, NO SHOWERS LIKELY AND POSSIBLE A THUNDERSTORM AFTER 3 PM. MAINLY CLOUDY WITH HIGHS NEAR 80. SOUTHWEST WIND 9 TO 16 MPH. THE CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 60%. NEW RAINFALL AMOUNTS BETWEEN A TENTH AND A QUARTER INCH, EXCEPT HIGHER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE IN THUNDERSTORMS. TONIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS BEFORE 11 PM, THEN SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS BETWEEN 11 PM AND 3 AM. MAINLY CLOUDY WITH LOWS AROUND 51. SOUTHWEST WIND 9 TO 11 MPH. THE CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 40%. SUNDAY PARTLY SUNNY, THEN BECOMING GRADUALLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 71. WIND NORTHWEST 9 TO 15 MPH. SUNDAY NIGHT CLEAR WITH LOW AROUND 48. WIND NORTH 3 TO 7 MPH. SUNNY MONDAY WITH HIGHS NEAR 70. NORTHEAST WIND 5 TO 13 MPH. MONDAY EVENING MAINLY CLOUDY WITH LOWS AROUND 55. – **CHIMES*-* HERE IS YOUR SEVEN DAY FOREST. THIS NOW, HERE IS YOUR STORM TRACKING RADAR… TOY DA A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, THEN SHOWERS LIKELY AND POSSIBLE A THUNDERSTORM AFTER 3 PM. MAINLY CLOUDY WITH HIGHS NEAR 80. SOUTHWEST WIND 9 TO 16 MPH. THE CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 60%. NEW RNFAIALL AMOUNTS BETWEEN ONE TENTH AND – **CHIMES** HERE IS YOUR SEVEN-DAY FORECAST…

Severe weather: Heavy thunderstorms could bring hail and tornadoes to the Georgia coast in the Lowcountry

A front moves west to east across coastal Georgia and the Lowcountry on Saturday, bringing with it the possibility of scattered but strong storms.

For your full forecast, check out the video above Follow Melissa on Facebook here or Twitter here. Share your weather photos and videos in our Facebook group Download the WJCL weather app A front is moving west to east in our region this afternoon into the evening, bringing with it the possibility of scattered but strong storms. The main threats will be heavy showers with any activity that appears including damaging winds, the possibility of hail and a low end tornado threat. Timing seems to be best 4:00-8:00 PM from I-95 to the coast. can develop. Temperatures will however be comfortable, approaching 80 degrees today. After the front, expect things to be cooler tomorrow, with highs in the upper 60s on the coast and high 70s inland. a bit of a swing ride. Stay safe!-Melissa

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Spring may not officially begin until tomorrow, but today offers a very spring-like forecast, including the possibility of severe weather in our region, especially as you get closer to the coast.

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A front is moving west to east across our region this afternoon into the evening, bringing with it the possibility of scattered but strong storms.

Front's FutureCast Today: Predicted Weather Impact

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FutureCast of Front Today: Expected weather impact

The main threats will be heavy showers with any activity that appears including damaging winds, the possibility of hail and a low end tornado threat. Timing seems to be best 4:00-8:00 PM from I-95 to the coast.

EXPECTED WEATHER IMPACT

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FORECAST WEATHER IMPACT

If you were planning on heading to Shamrocks and Shenanigans this weekend, make sure you have the WJCL News app to stay ahead of any showers or storms that may develop. Temperatures will however be comfortable, approaching 80 degrees today. After the front, expect things to be cooler for tomorrow, reaching the upper 60s on the coast and low 70s inland.

Weekend Planner: EXPECTED WEATHER IMPACT

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Weekend Planner: EXPECTED IMPACT TIME

We have another system that moves in midweek and again brings chances of rain and thunderstorms to the forecast, and keeps temperatures on a bit of a rocker.

10 day forecast

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Be careful!

-Melissa



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