NWS_10-2-14(Cleveland)- White County  Public Safety Director David Murphy reports we can expect some big changes in our weather.  Following a weather briefing Thursday morning  Murphy said,  the  National Weather Service has advised  we need to watch out for  possible heavy storms after 6 AM Friday, brining gusty winds, and very small chance of some severe weather. 

Murphy said the NWS, said the system is expected to enter the state  as a squall line with severe storms embedded.  According to the weather service, the biggest threat will be gusty winds, exceeding 25 mph, and we will also experience periods of  heavy rain. 

Murphy said, “ As with any heavy rain storms, flooding could be a problem.” 

The weather service predicts that  the storms are expected to be out of our area by late Friday.  In addition the weather service advises our next round of showers are expected late Monday into Tuesday, but at this time they are not forecast to be severe. 

According to Murphy,  weekend highs will be in the 60’s and lows could fall into the 30’s over some parts of White County.