Matt - Storms Strongest East Thursday

March 13, 2019

Posted: Mar. 13, 2019 10:42 PM
Updated: Mar. 13, 2019 11:01 PM

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the pressure gradient surrounding a powerful winter storm over the central high plains was producing strong gusty winds across mississippi, across northern alabama and southern middle tennessee. sustained winds of 15-20 mph, with gusts to 30 mph should continue this evening. a few gusts to 35 mph are possible at times, especially in the higher more exposed terrain. all of this wind is due to a storm system that is moving across our area tonight and into our thursday. this storm system will give our area a good chance for some showers and thunderstorms. some of the thunderstorms will be on the heavy and hefty side at times. severe thunderstorms will not be out of the question as we go through our overnight and into our thursday. most of the activity will clear out of our area as we go into our thursday night and beyond. we will see some canadian high pressure build into our area and this will keep us on the dry side as we go through the upcoming weekend and into our next week. also, some pretty cold temperatures will move into our area. the pressure gradient surrounding a powerful winter storm over the central high plains was producing strong gusty winds across mississippi, across northern alabama and southern middle tennessee. sustained winds of 15-20 mph, with gusts to 30 mph should continue this evening. a few gusts to 35 mph are possible at times, especially in the higher more exposed terrain. all of this wind is due to a storm system that is moving across our area tonight and into our thursday. this storm system will give our area a good chance for some showers and thunderstorms. some of the thunderstorms will be on the heavy and hefty side at times. severe thunderstorms will not be out of the question as we go through our overnight and into our thursday. most of the activity will clear out of our area as we go into our thursday night and beyond. we will see some canadian high pressure build into our area and this will keep us on the dry side as we go through the upcoming weekend and into our next week. also, some pretty cold temperatures will move into our area. your trip to disney this summer is going to cost you...a bit more than you thought. this plus sports as wtva 9 news at ten continues. the pressure gradient surrounding a powerful winter storm over the central high plains was producing strong gusty winds across mississippi, across northern alabama and southern middle tennessee. sustained winds of 15-20 mph, with gusts to 30 mph should continue this evening. a few gusts to 35 mph are possible at times, especially in the higher more exposed terrain. all of this wind is due to a storm system that is moving across our area tonight and into our thursday. this storm system will give our area a good chance for some showers and thunderstorms. some of the thunderstorms will be on the heavy and hefty side at times. severe thunderstorms will not be out of the question as we go through our overnight and into our thursday. most of the activity will clear out of our area as we go into our thursday night and beyond. we will see some canadian high pressure build into our area and this will keep us on the dry side as we go through the upcoming weekend and into our next week. also, some pretty cold temperatures will move into our area. your trip to disney this summer is going to cost you...a
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