WEATHER AWARE: Isolated severe storms possible Sunday, Much Colder by Evening

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MOBILE Ala. (WKRG) – A cold front will march through the Gulf Coast Sunday. We will remain WEATHER AWARE with a low threat of severe weather followed by a blast of cold, arctic air.

The severe weather threat has ended for Mississippi and Lower Alabama. The only concern is for Santa Rosa and Okaloosa Counties in Northwest Florida. Brief damaging wind gusts will be the main issue through 4 PM. The chance of a brief tornado is getting much lower.

As the front slide through, winds will shift to the northwest and pick up speed. Winds will gust to 30 mph through the afternoon and evening. Temperatures will fall significantly through the day. Temperatures will hold in the lower 50s by 5 pm with wind chills in the upper 30s and lower 40s.

Skies will clear out through the night with a quick, but potent blast of arctic air. The Gulf Coast will wake up Monday morning to temperatures near or just below freezing with wind chills in the lower 20s. Make sure you have plenty of layers for Monday. Despite sunshine, highs will struggle to reach 50.

The region will warm up through the middle of the week. Another cold front will bring a few showers Thursday followed by another cooldown.

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