ROANOKE, Va. – A potent cold front brings strong to severe thunderstorms to southwest Virginia late this afternoon and into the first half of Sunday night.
Thunderstorms start firing up after 3 p.m. and move east of the area after midnight.
Heavy rainfall and flash flooding are a concern.
1 to 3 inches of rain is expected but higher amount are possible if thunderstorms train over the same area.
Damaging wind gusts and small hail are also a concern.
A tornado cannot be ruled out.
**It is important to stay weather aware. Make sure you download the Storm Team 10 weather app for alerts and warnings. You can also track the radar there.**