January 22, 2010

Southern U.S. Weather Forecast

Showers and thunderstorms will roam the central and southern Florida peninsula today.

Meanwhile, the Southeast will see gradually improving conditions while rain will increase across far western Texas during the late afternoon hours.

Winds will become strong and gusty across the southern high Plains gusting in excess of 30 miles per hour by this evening.

Highs today will range from the 40s in much of North Carolina and Tennessee to the 60s and 70s from southern Georgia and Florida to Oklahoma and Texas. Portions of extreme south Texas and south Florida may hit 80.

Over the weekend, a strong cold front will sweep from the southern High Plains early Saturday to the Southeast coast by early Monday.

Locally heavy rain and thunderstorms will precede the front. Some of the thunderstorms could be severe.

Forecast by Weather.com

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