Enhanced risk of severe weather for WBTV viewing area

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Lingering showers will extend all the way into Sunday morning though.

When will severe weather arrive where I live? . Winds Sunday morning could be as strong as 40 miles per hour, which could lead to uncomfortable conditions for people traveling on area bridges. The greatest threats are large hail and damaging, gusty winds.

Boating conditions will be hazardous all day Sunday into Monday. We will drop into the 30's for your lows Saturday morning and highs will only reach into the low 60's.

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As we get later into Saturday night and we are heading into Sunday, the severe storm risk isn't as high, but that doesn't mean it will be quiet. Meanwhile the forecast surface map at 8 pm (right panel) shows the cold front with its associated low pressure centers barging eastward across the Appalachian mountains.

We're keeping a close eye on Sunday for the likelihood of heavy rain and possible severe thunderstorms. An isolated tornado warning is possible as this line of storms has had a history of producing severe weather to our west. The sunshine returns Wednesday and winds ease up with a high of only 75. Sunday night will be clear and chilly with lows in the lower 40s and possibly some upper 30s. Scattered rain or snow is likely Monday with a slight chance for a rumble of thunder.

The Killeen area saw up to about three-fourths of an inch of rain late Friday evening, and that trend could continue for the foreseeable, future, according to meteorologist Daniel Huckaby. A strong cold front will push through the region, bringing a line of storms.

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