Overnight – Rain/Storms
A cold front will push showers and storms into our area while we sleep (sometime around 2 AM).
Our NWS points out “a few of these could become severe…mainly hailers.” In fact, there is a good bit of rotation in the atmosphere, and one of the cells has been tornado warned. A tornado here is unlikely, but will need to be monitored.
If vexed, you may have a cause of action.
Wednesday — Evening Rain Chances — Wake Up 58°, High 77°
Eclipse viewing is questionable. Scattered clouds are expected.
The cold front will briefly visit Alabama, then head back north in the form of a warm front.
We’ll stay mostly clear during the day. NWS commented this morning that Wednesday may be the only dry day in the next 7 days.
This rainy pattern will continue through the rest of the week and into the weekend. Friday night looks to be the most likely time for rain, but we should see some rain every day through at least next Monday.
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