We are also still unsure about if any storms will develop ahead of the squall line.
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Walton County is under an enhanced risk of severe weather Monday afternoon and night, according to the National Weather Service. An isolated tornado can not be ruled out, but this is not likely. Heavy rainfall will also be possible with totals generally averaging between 1 to 3 inches. Widespread showers and thunderstorms are expected on Monday. The highest amounts are expected primarily south of Interstate 20.
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After a great weekend of weather for the end of the Cherry Blossom Festival we are jumping straight into spring severe weather season. But given the increased threat I urge you to remain weather aware and connected because we will continue to constantly adjust and fine tune our forecast based off the latest model data.
Take the same tools the WDAM First Alert Weather team uses with you anywhere you go. It brought heavy rain, hail, wind damage and even tornadoes to parts of Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi. The watch will likely be extended east later in the day. A cold front will be moving through sometime early Wednesday morning. Embedded circulations and kinks along the squall line will require a watchful eye over them given the tornado threat. While we do need the rain, we don't necessarily want to make it up in one storm.