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Tonight – Another Line of Storms – High 79
Not too long after our lunchtime thunderstorms sped east, the storms quickly got their act together and formed an impressive squall line, triggering numerous Severe Thunderstorm Warnings to our east.
Our attention now turns to another squall line forming along the Mississippi River around 5:30 PM. The HRRR weather model expects the line to reach I-65 around 10 PM:
These line has the potential to produce isolated strong to severe storms, with gusty straight-line winds as the main threat.
Wednesday – Morning Rain – Wake up 67, High 82
More rain is possible in the morning. Our NWS expects an additional 0.10″ to 0.15″. Although we cannot rule out a thunderstorm, no severe weather is expected.
Rain chances decrease significantly after 1 PM.
Thursday – Mostly Sunny, Slight Chance of Rain – Wake Up 65, High 84
That’s right…The sun will make an appearance! We will still hold onto a slight risk for showers and thunderstorms but we should stay mostly dry. The SPC does not believe any storms that fire up will be severe.
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