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Tornado Watch Until 10 PM

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Tornado Watch Until 10 PM

Watch text from the Storm Prediction Center:

Note the strong probability of damaging straight-line winds inside any thunderstorm.

Various probabilities from the Storm Prediction Center:

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The Rest of the Week….

WEDNESDAY – Wake Up: 49°, High: 55°

Once storms fully pass through overnight, some showers may linger very early, but we should be drying-off by your morning commute:

It will be cloudy to start the day, but we’ll clear-out nicely by the afternoon:

A cold front behind all our storms tonight will cool us down tomorrow. Actually, we’ll cool-down from the 60°s tonight to the low 50°s early in the morning, and then we’ll briefly pop-up to the mid 50°s in the afternoon.

Lows will fall below freezing for the first time in what probably feels like forever tomorrow night.

THURSDAY – Wake Up: 30°, High: 43°

High pressure will start to nudge-in Thursday:

High pressure is our friend! It will keep us dry and sunny, but also cooler.

Friday will be similar to Thursday: sunny skies & seasonable temperatures.

By the way….Superbowl Sunday looks dry & overall pleasant.


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