Severe Storms Possible Saturday Night.
TODAY: More spots than not stay dry through the day, but a few isolated showers can’t be ruled out, mainly north of US-82. Highs reach the 70s and 80s yet again. A better chance for showers and storms this evening, with roughly half our area getting wet at some point before midnight. Overnight lows drop into the mid 60s.
SATURDAY: Another warm day on tap, with highs in the 70s and 80s. A few isolated to widely scattered showers and storms will be possible during the day. Non-thunderstorm winds could gust in excess of 30 mph. Overnight, strong to severe storms move in ahead of a cold front. These storms will likely be in a line, but a few storms within the line could take on supercell characteristics. These storms could produce strong straight line winds, some small hail, and a few tornadoes. The main time-frame for severe weather will be from 10PM Saturday to 6 AM Sunday, so be sure to have a way to receive warnings while you are asleep. Now is also a good time to go over your severe weather safety plan. If you aren’t sure what your safety plan is, you can go to wcbi.com/safety and get more information on what to do during severe weather.
SUNDAY: A few lingering showers or storms in the morning. Temperatures start out in the 50s in the morning, and only climb into the 60s in the afternoon. Temperatures drop below 50° Sunday night.
MON/TUE: Highs in the upper 60s and low 70s, with overnight lows in the 40s Monday night and 50s Tuesday night. Rain chances will be low, but a couple of isolated showers will be possible Monday, and a few showers and storms will be possible late Tuesday night as well.
WED/THU: Scattered showers and storms likely Wednesday into Thursday. Highs in the 60s and 70s, with a low Wednesday night in the upper 50s. Some storms Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night could be strong to severe.
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