ALERT DAY Heavy Rain and Hail a Possibility in Afternoon Storms – Derek Sibley

Thunderstorms are likely to develop and some of them could turn strong to severe



Thunderstorms Likely by Early this Afternoon

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Thunderstorms are likely to develop and push east toward our area by early this afternoon.  A line of thunderstorms, also known as a squall line, could develop.  This would mean very heavy rain and gusty winds being the main threats with the storms.  Hail is also a concern with today’s storms.


Strong Risk of Severe Storms still Possible

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The Storm Prediction Center still has most of our area under a level 3 enhanced risk of severe weather for today.  This means that numerous severe thunderstorms are possible.  The northern half of our area is under a level 2 slight risk.  This means that scattered severe thunderstorms are possible with any thunderstorms that do develop.

Stay with the First Alert Weather Team today for any updates.


Looking Ahead…

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Our weather conditions improve tomorrow with cooler temperatures in the upper 70s.  We begin to warm up into the upper 80s to low 90s under mostly sunny skies by Sunday and into next week.

Stay safe and weather aware today!


-Meteorologist Derek Sibley