Heavy rain, threat of severe storms, cold, frost, snow

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The overall severe threat looks fairly low, but be prepared for an isolated wind gust over 60mph - especially west of I-65 during the evening.

Further north, a band encompassing Hot Springs and Pine Bluff is included in a slight risk for storms to turn severe Friday afternoon and into the evening hours. However, most will wake up to temperatures in the 40s on Saturday, so have at least a light jacket handy.

As soon as this main line of storms passes your area the threat for strong to severe weather will end for you.

South Alabama will have a marginal risk on Saturday as well. It should remain mostly cloudy Saturday with a high near 55 and north wind gusts as high as 35 miles per hour. A tornado or two could develop within the strong line of storms as it drops south.

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Your WIS First Alert Weather Team has declared Saturday as an Alert Day. There is going to be about a 30-degree temperature difference between Friday afternoon and Saturday morning.

Once the front passes and after the storms end by about 1 a.m. Saturday, there will be cloudy conditions with a low around 38 and north winds gusting as high as 40 miles per hour. Then, we warm into the 60s Sunday afternoon with a good supply of sunshine.

NEXT WEEK: The sky will feature more clouds than sun Monday, and a few widely scattered showers are possible with a high in the low 70s. On the positive side, there's a decent chance this will be the last widespread frost threat of the season. This is the show all about weather featuring many familiar voices, including meteorologists at ABC 33/40.