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Storm Team Tuesday morning forecast (04/04/2017)

Severe Outlook Description
Wednesday SPC Outlook (04/04/2017)
Tide Times (04/04/2017)
Beach and Boating forecast B (04/04/2017)
Beach and Boating forecast A (04/04/2017)
Tuesday SPC Outlook (04/04/2017)
Weather NOWcast (04/04/2017)
Wednesday SPC Outlook (04/04/2017)
Posted at 8:08 AM, Apr 04, 2017
and last updated 2017-04-04 05:09:14-04

MIDWAY, Fl. (WTXL) -- Tuesday will be the quiet day that is sandwiched between Monday's severe weather, and the expectation of a significant severe day for Wednesday. There is a stalled front south of I-10 that will continue to bring thunderstorms and heavy rain to the Suwannee Valley. It will push south into the Gulf of Mexico before lifting back north for Wednesday. This push will bring more heat and moisture into the Big Bend and South Georgia, enhancing our severe risk.

Tuesday: Cloudy skies this Tuesday morning may give way to partly cloudy conditions. After starting off with temperatures in the mid to upper 60s and even a few lower 70s, expect highs to reach the lower to mid 80s. Isolated shower and storms are possible this afternoon. Rain coverage will be around 30%.

A MARGINAL risk of severe weather exists for the evening, but it barely includes western zones. Take a look below:

Your Beach and Boating forecast information for Tuesday is below:

Tide Times for Tuesday are also below:

Wednesday: Conditions are forecast to come together to produce a very unstable and active environment. Moisture, heating, lift, and wind shear will be rising as the aforementioned front lifts north. Rain coverage will be around 80% or greater. Lows will be in the upper 60s to lower 70s with highs forecast to be around 80° or so.

Severe thunderstorms are likely to occur across areas highlighted under a MODERATE risk for severe weather. An ENHANCED risk includes the central part of the viewing area, including Tallahassee and Thomasville. A SLIGHT risk includes Valdosta and Apalachicola. A MARGINAL risk includes Perry and Live Oak. The diagrams below highlight the risks and explain what each risk highlight. This may change later today or this evening.

All modes of severe weather are possible for Wednesday. This means that one can anticipate the chance for damaging winds in excess of 60 mph, hail up to golf-ball size, and tornadoes (some of which may be strong, long-track tornadoes).

Thursday: Morning rain will push away likely before sunrise, as dry air infiltrates to local region. We will be in a stable and quiet pattern from then into the weekend. Lows for Thursday will be in the upper 50s to lower 60s, with highs in the mid 70s. Expect sunshine to dominate.

Friday: Sunshine will dominate with lows in the mid 40s and highs near 70°.

Saturday and Sunday: Lows are forecast to be in the lower to mid 40s with highs in the lower to mid 70s.

You can catch the forecast on WTXL Sunrise starting at 5:00, as well as WTXL Midday at Noon. Chief Meteorologist Casanova Nurse has your forecast at 5:00, 5:30, 6:00, and 11:00 this evening.

Plus, you can get the Storm Team Forecast every 10 minutes on Channel 27.3 Weather NOW. 

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