The chance of rain is 60 percent during the day on Sunday and 100 percent at night when there could be rainfall of up to 2 inches, east northeast winds of 25 to 35 miles per hour with thunder possible and a low of 37. It's going to be with us through Saturday night, bringing a risk of strong to severe storms with it. We stay dry Friday.
Up to 18 inches (46 centimeters) of snow had fallen by early Saturday in parts of northern Wisconsin, with another 14 inches (36 centimeters) expected by Sunday evening.
A strong surface low-pressure passes north of us, a cold front will approach from the west late Sunday, and may even angle in more from the southwest pulled around the rotation of the strong low. Overnight we fall into the mid to upper 30s. A few more clouds will develop Wednesday and Thursday, with highs back in the mid 80s. There will be a lot of shear in the atmosphere, and this may cause isolated storms to rotate and produce brief tornadoes.
The winds will start ramping up Sunday morning, and it will be warm and very humid. What is expected to be widespread is heavy rain - 1-2 inches locally more.
Some lingering showers are still possible Sunday morning, but the severe weather threat will be over.More news: France urges Russian Federation to join peace push after Syria strike
Monday looks like a cool and sunny April day. The chilliest morning looks to be Tuesday with lower 40s otherwise nighttime temperatures will mainly be in the 50s.
The storm and powerful winds knocked out power to thousands of customers in MI, which was expected to get more snow and ice through the weekend.
Rain coverage is at 80 percent, meaning 80 percent of Central Florida will see rain. Highs temperatures only recover into the mid 60s.
"In the meantime, be safe in this snowy, sloppy weather and have a great weekend!"