Sunny weather continues for the first half of the work week with daytime highs in the lower 80s.
The cold front will move through the Central Coast on Monday with strong to gale-force (25 to 38 mph) northwesterly winds, increasing clouds and scattered rain showers. Highs in the upper 70s, some areas could reach 80 again. Thunderstorms, some of which could become severe, are expected to follow.
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An isolated shower will possible this evening, with temps falling only into the 70s. It'll be even warmer on Tuesday before a weak cold front moves through the area.
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A potent spring storm system that's expected to persist through the weekend has raked across the Midwest and spawning at least one tornado in Arkansas as blizzard conditions blanket much of the Northern Plains. No Accumulations Expected. Lows in the Upper 20s to Lower 30s.
The possibility of tornadoes or hail are listed as low, but with the enhanced risk, isolated tornadoes can not be ruled out.
Sunday night's rain will continue into Monday when the winds will be southeast at 24 miles per hour though the highs will be warmer - about 56 - and the lows about 40. Models begin spreading frontal precip across far NW portions of the CWA Sunday morning. Main threat will be the damaging straight line winds 50-60mph+. As the storms approached Columbus, high winds caused damage in North Columbus, including knocking down many trees in neighborhoods along Highway 45 and Military Road. Chance of rain near 100 percent. Highs temperatures only recover into the mid 60s. Be sure to check back for regular forecast updates, as this cold weather hangs tough this weekend.