Storm Team 11: Scattered showers and storms continue with an isolated severe storm possible


Unsettled Weather Pattern 

A rain and storm threat is back today with scattered showers and storms developing today with the best time around midday into this evening. Although the risk for strong to severe storms is low today, there could be a few storms that produce hail and high winds this afternoon into this evening. 

Tuesday’s severe threat will be higher with scattered strong to severe storms given the higher instability in the atmosphere.    

We could see several different rounds of storms. The first would potentially come early Tuesday morning with strong gusty winds as the main threat.

Later in the morning, another round of storms will be possible, with hail and high winds the biggest threats.

A third round could come during the evening with the potential for hail, high winds and tornadoes.

Mid-Week Changes 

Storm threat goes away by Wednesday, but showers will still be around Wednesday morning, followed by cooler changes with highs in the low 70s. 

Late-Week Changes 

Cooler change is coming late in the week with highs in the 60s.  Rain threat will be much lower with only a slight chance for showers Thursday and Friday. 

Mother’s Day Weekend  

Saturday is looking good with sunshine and highs near the 70s.  Scattered showers will be possible Sunday with highs in the mid-70s.  


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