Sunday severe weather threat

Scattered showers and isolated storms on Sunday, but rain chances increase a bit Sunday night and Monday.

Be sure to keep the umbrellas handy because our next weather, a frontal system, may affect some Sunday Funday festivities!

As of Sunday morning, a cold front is stalling out to the northwest of the Florida Panhandle.

Scattered showers and a few isolated gusty storms will be possible during the day on Sunday.

As the front continues to dip to the southeast into Monday, our rain chances increase.

Showers and some storms can be expected at times Sunday night through Monday morning. Some showers and storms may be heavy at times.

Per the Storm Prediction Center, areas along the Gulf Coast are under a Marginal Risk (1/5) for severe weather Sunday and Sunday night.

For Northwest Florida, the threat for strong to marginally severe storms would be mainly for Sunday night into Monday.

Damaging wind gusts would be the main threat, but a brief spin-up tornado cannot be ruled out.

Northwest Florida could see up to around 1" to around 1.5" of rain through Monday.

Fortunately, this cold front will bring us a slight relief from the high humidity. Another cold front will sweep through on Thursday. With the aforementioned cold front, afternoon temperatures should finally dip into the 60s by Friday and Saturday. Overnight temperatures will be in the 40s and 50s.

You can always look at the iRadar here or download the WEAR Weather App here.

Be sure to stay weather aware and stay up to date with the First Warning Channel 3 Weather Team.

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