The line has shown some areas of rotation at times, and we'll have to monitor this line for possible tornadoes this evening as it tracks east through central and south Alabama.
After a cool weekend, it's back to warmer weather during the upcoming work week.
Warmer weather will return to the south plains and the rolling plains on Monday and Tuesday with highs climbing back into the upper 80s. Highs are forecast near 50 and lows near 39. It will be breezy with a high around 80. A cold front will start off a few showers that could fall as a little rain and snow on Tuesday.
While the chance of hail, lightning and tornado's are slight, the chance for damaging winds are elevated.
Tuesday is expected to be sunny with highs in the mid-70s.
Winds are expected to be calm Sunday and Monday but will pick up Tuesday, speeding up to 15 to 25 miles per hour with gusts as high as 40 miles per hour.
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After freezing fields and leaving a blanket of snow in Wisconsin on Friday, the system rolled through Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi Saturday. The storm prediction center notes that severe weather may be possible on Friday and into Saturday.
The risk for severe weather has been downgraded to a Marginal Threat this evening for most of the Tennessee Valley.
"And while not everyone will experience severe weather today, models are consistently gridding out 1-2" of rain in a short window this evening as everything rolls through.
We will continue to update this story as the forecast changes.
Temperatures are expected to drop into the upper 20's to around 30 degrees.
Early low cloud and fog patches will clear fairly quickly this morning to leave plenty of sunny spells.