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We’re still expecting three chances for severe weather.
Round 1: Tonight, 6pm Thru Midnight
This is a fairly low chance of severe weather, as storms are expected to weaken upon arrival, if they even get here. They may miss us to the NW.
Round 2: 6am – Noon Tuesday
A line of storms will move through our area around 10-11am, but storms out ahead of the line cannot be ruled out. Best chances of severe weather look to be west of I-65. Damaging winds, a tornado or two, and isolated flash flooding are all possible.
Round 3: Tuesday evening into Tuesday night
The Storm Prediction Center has us outlooked with a
- 5% chance of a tornado within 25 miles
- 15% chance of damaging straight-line winds within 25 miles
- 15% chance of flash flooding within 25 miles
- we are not included in the hail outlook
Out of the three rounds, this looks to have the best chance for severe weather. Damaging winds, tornadoes, and isolated flash flooding are all possible. This will also be a nighttime threat, have a way to wake up if a warning is issued for you.
Round 2 and 3 could both be limited by the atmosphere not being able to recover quickly. Cloud cover and storms to the south could also limit severe chances.
We’ll be giving updates all today and tomorrow. Stay weather aware tonight through tomorrow night. Again, your weather radio will NOT go off if a warning is issued for you. Look into a wake-me-up app and make sure the Emergency Alerts on your phone are turned on.
Constant updates on Twitter, another blog will be out first thing tomorrow morning.
Weather changes constantly.
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