The storms are expected to move through the Augusta area during the afternoon and evening, which could affect the schedules of some players finishing up their rounds. Stay weather aware for any post game celebrations on Broadway.
A band of showers and storms may develop as a warm front pushes from south to north across the area.
The National Weather Service announced Sunday morning the Tornado Watch, saying a couple of tornadoes and isolated hail up to a quarter size possible. Highs will be in the upper 60s. We're hopeful that outdoor events that are scheduled can still take place. This storm is likely to generate blizzard conditions across western Nebraska with travel not recommended on I-80 to the west, or I-29 north into South Dakota.
Sunday is a WYMT Severe Weather Alert Day for the potential of strong to severe thunderstorms with damaging winds set to impact the mountains of Eastern Kentucky.
Tonight we'll see areas of fog possible especially for towns by the shoreline.
The storms will shift east of DFW by early afternoon, but scattered showers will remain possible into the evening. Statistically, there is a 45 percent chance of experiencing a severe thunderstorm within 25 miles of any given point in that outlook area. Temperatures start off in the upper 50s and could stretch into the low to mid 60s by midday. But Sunday skies will clear with a high around 67. Lows are going to dip back into the 40s. Therefore, there is a good chance that some storms will become severe.
Sunday will be cool and breezy, but completely dry with sunshine.