After heavy storms, baseball sized hail and numerous damage reports on Saturday, another round of strong to severe thunderstorms is in the forecast for the first half of your Sunday.
The Storm Prediction Center has placed our entire area under a 'slight risk' of severe weather for this morning. While there have been a few warnings issued with the main squall line, the storms have not been nearly as severe as Saturday's deluge.
For Sunday morning, expect overcast skies to give way to heavy rainfall, frequent and deadly lightning, gusty winds and possibly some small hail as these storms move east at about 30 mph.
These storms are being fired up along a cold front that will move through the region after the noon hour. This will help clear the rain and clouds out and we should be left with a very pretty late afternoon across all of southeast Georgia and northeast Florida.
Much cooler conditions persist through the upcoming work week with highs barely getting out of the 50s Monday and Tuesday and even chillier by Wednesday. Looking further ahead, Easter Sunday looks to be partly cloudy with seasonable temperatues.