National Weather Services issues a tornado watch for Nodaway County
Apr 16 2018 by Desiree Burns
Sarasota and Manatee counties are under a tornado watch until 6 p.m., the National Weather Service announced this afternoon.
There is also a chance for thunderstorms on Saturday, but severe weather is not expected.
If actual severe storms are expected in the state on April 12, the tornado drills will be postponed until Friday, April 13, with the same times.
Some of the thunderstorms could be severe with tornadoes and damaging winds the primary threats.
"Winds still remain the biggest concern as some stronger storms could produce 40+ miles per hour winds", Prinz said.
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Andrew Pritchett, NWS meteorologist, said it remains uncertain when the slow-moving front makes its way into the Valley.
As of 9:12 a.m. this morning, the Red Flag Warning was in effect until 8 p.m. for gusty winds and low relative humidity.
Despite the March and April storms, the central Sierra snowpack was at just 47 of average as of Thursday, the California Department of Water Resources reported.
The unsafe weather threat should end "prior to daybreak" on Saturday as the cold front is expected to clear the area of storms, according to forecasters.
A widespread 2 to 3 inches of rain, with locally higher amounts, is expected through Monday. The threat for flash flooding is also a concern and a FLASH FLOOD WATCH is also in effect for the entire Mid-South overnight and Saturday. At greatest risk today are vehicles, especially high-profile vehicles such as delivery trucks and 18-wheelers, on north-to-south and northwest-to-southeast oriented roads.