(WTXL) — There is an isolated threat for severe storms Thursday as a cold front moves from west to east across the Big Bend and southern Georgia.
A few stronger storms will be possible from late morning-early afternoon with the potential for damaging winds, but this is a low-end threat
The Storm Prediction Center has expanded the marginal risk through much of the coverage area.
On top of a few stronger storms, you can expect up to 0.5" of rainfall before we clear out through Valentine's Day. After the storms, temperatures Friday morning will likely only get into the upper 50s with highs in the upper 60s and a clearer sky.