Posted: Jan 29, 2013 7:28 PM by Chief Meteorologist Bill Meck
The threat for severe weather still exists for later tonight and tomorrow.
As of about 7:20 the main squall line is still well to our west and many hours away. We'll continue to track these storms which may contain damaging winds, heavy rain and the remote chance of small spin up tornadoes.
It will be a late night to remain weather aware as the storms arrival looks to be in the predawn hours.
Before that happens, it will remain warm and windy tonight with temperatures in the 60's.
After the cold front passes tomorrow the rain will taper off and it could actually end as some snow flurries tomorrow night.