Weather Authority: Rain, snow, and storms all possible on Friday

Downpours some heavy will sweep across the nation from early on Friday

Our Thursday started off gloomy and wet, but as expected the rain pushed into Georgia early this afternoon and the sun returned. There will even be enough instability for some isolated thunderstorms and downpours embedded in the line of rain that pushes through. It will drop down into the low 40s tonight under a mostly cloudy sky, and temperatures will not rise too much tomorrow. Nothing severe is expected, though small hail and gusty winds are possible.

Sunshine returns tomorrow, though temperatures will still be well below normal. There is even the slight chance of a few flakes falling in the higher elevations of the Poconos. It will be another warm day as our high temperatures will again be in the 70s to around 80-degree mark.

The cool air mass will linger on Monday, but the temperatures and winds will begin to moderate, so it won't be quite as brisk as what we experienced on Sunday.

If the warm weather is for you, Wednesday through Friday might hold just the ticket, with daytime temperatures reaching 80 degrees, with mostly sunny skies, and a chance for showers or thunderstorms, the weather service says.

Thus, it will start to fell a little more like summer as we move into the month of May with highs in the mid 80s and lows in the upper 60s. It won't be as cool Sunday night with lows near 50. It has been another handsome, sunny, and warm day across the South Plains with highs pushing back into the mid-70's to the low 80's.

Thursday night: Increasing clouds, a shower possible toward dawn. A cold front will sweep through the area, bringing more showers to the Valley.

We will reach the upper 70s Wednesday afternoon.

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