A big system moving across the United States will bring a line of storms to the southeast as we head into the weekend. The rain will start up late Friday night and last throughout the day on Saturday and into Sunday morning, as well.
Rain is expected to be heavy at times. Ponding on the roads might occur, and visibility might be reduced at times. Make sure to take extra time on commutes and slow down because these hazardous travel conditions might exist.
The good news is that the rain won’t last in each city for very long considering this system is pretty fast moving.
Until midnight on Saturday, alot of cities in the southeast could see up to 3 inches of rain! Some cities in Tennessee, like Nashville, might even see a few snow flurries in the mix. The rain is expected to go into the later morning on Sunday, so these totals could go up near the east coast.
A LOOK AHEAD
UPDATE: A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been extended into eastern Texas until 10 pm CDT. https://t.co/k00SRPmzLD50 minutes ago by WeatherNation
Thunderstorms have been rumbling across Texas on Wednesday. Check out this shelf cloud roll across the sky in Granb… https://t.co/gWNAaBvZTH1 hour ago by WeatherNation