There is a slight risk of severe weather today with the primary threat being damaging winds, isolated tornadoes and torrential downpours. A stationary front draped across the northern Gulf will move northward, back toward the coast as a warm front this afternoon. There will be several pieces of energy riding along that front today that help ignite threatening storms across the area. Daytime highs will be unseasonably warm in the low 70s. The system finally marches south of us on Ash Wednesday as a cold front, with cooler and drier air set to follow
It will be a sunny Valentine's Day, with morning wake up temps in the upper 30s with afternoon readings climbing into the 60s. We remain rain-free as we wrap up the workweek, with another push of colder air coming in this weekend.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster