The Tornado Watch has been canceled for both of our counties.
The severe portion of Round One has moved through, leaving us with some rain for a few more hours. Flood Advisories are out for both of our counites, turn around, don’t drown! We may see the sun come out for a little after the rain moves out.
Round Two: 8pm – Overnight Tuesday
Round Two is a conditional threat, and entirely depends on how “well” the atmosphere can recover.
The greater severe risk is to our south and east, but that doesn’t mean we are out of the woods yet. Severe ingredients will still be in place tonight. Try not to focus on exactly where the Storm Prediction Center drew the lines, everyone has a chance of severe weather tonight.
The HRRR model thinks storms pop-up just to our west, giving us another shot at severe weather. This particular run of the model thinks the ETA to be about midnight – 1am, give or take an hour or so.
Having a wake-me-up app is the best way to go in case a warning is issued for you overnight tonight. Make sure your Emergency Alerts are turned on for your phone, Do NOT rely on your weather radio to go off tonight, as the transmitter is down, and you may NOT receive a watch/warning.
Wednesday we’ll dry out and cool down to seasonal temperatures.
Weather changes constantly.
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