What you need to know ahead of Monday's severe weather

What you need to know ahead of Monday's severe weather

What you need to know ahead of Monday's severe weather

Storms should exit the region by midnight if not earlier. This system has abundant moisture to work with... along with upper-level energy that will destabilize the atmosphere. If you must travel, make sure to check the weather conditions, watches, warnings and advisories before venturing out the door. Right now, the area is under a slight risk for severe weather from the Storm Prediction center.

If you haven't heard... the NC Tarheels are playing for the NCAA National Championship tonight in Phoenix, AZ. Also, download the WDAM Weather App so, if the power goes out, you still have access to live, streaming coverage of any updates about the weather.

There is a storm system now moving through the Deep South.

A line of strong to severe storms will be ongoing across the area.

As you wake up and head out, scattered showers are a possibility. Ahead of the main line, the potential for super-cell storms is there. This is part of a broader tornado watch that covers southeast and eastern Georgia. Embedded circulations and kinks along the squall line will require a watchful eye over them given the tornado threat.

Late Sunday morning, thunderstorms will develop in the Coastal Bend and the areas around Victoria, according to a news release. "As far as rain is concerned, we could be looking at 1-2" in some spots.

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