Storm Chances Dwindle for a Day

After a round of heavy rain with only a few claps of thunder this morning, the rest of the day is looking fairly dry. A stray shower may pop up here or there, but our chance for rain will continue to decrease throughout the rest of the day.


Temperatures should still warm into the lower 80s. The humidity and breezy southwest wind will stick around before a cold front moves through, setting the stage for a more comfortable and mostly sunny Tuesday.

More Storms Early Weds.

More Storms Early Weds.

After midnight Tuesday and especially into early Wednesday morning, our chance for rain and thunderstorms with rise. Some of the storms may border on severe limits, with strong wind, hail, and heavy rain.

Threatrack Level 2: Weds AM

Threatrack Level 2: Weds AM

The worst of the weather is expected to stay just to our southwest, but I’d recommend being “weather-aware” before you go to bed Tuesday night!




Posted under FutureTrack, severe weather, Threatrack, weather

This post was written by qni_it on June 2, 2014

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