Quite the active morning we had. If you have any storm reports, be sure to tweet them at us with #tspotter. We’ll have a quiet and dry rest of our Saturday night.
Another Chance of Severe Weather Sunday
The Storm Prediction Center has outlooked both of our counties with a:
- 15% chance of damaging straight-line winds within 25 miles
- 5% chance of severe hail within 25 miles
We are excluded from any tornado probabilities.
The HRRR model (above) doesn’t show much our way in terms of storms during the day tomorrow. It thinks storms coming from the west fall apart before arrival. Models also have a hard time handling systems like this, so it’ll be important to stay connected if you have outdoor plans tomorrow.
The HRRR thinks we get most of our activity Sunday night into Monday morning. Main threats would be damaging straight-line winds and hail.
With this being a potential overnight threat, it’ll be important to have a way to wake-up if a warning is issued for you. NOAA Weather Radio, wake-me-up app, WEA Alerts on your phone, all great ways. Do not rely on sirens as a way to get warnings.
Another Round of Severe Weather Possible Monday
Monday, we have also been outlooked with a 5% chance of severe weather within 25 miles. Details are still fuzzy, but timing looks to be afternoon/evening. We’ll keep you posted.
Besides the storm chances Sunday/Monday, the heat + humidity combo will also be unfriendly as heat index values up to 106° will be possible.
Quiet Rest of the Week
Tuesday thru Friday we finally dry out. High temps Tuesday may not even make it to 80° which would be super sweet. We’ll stay cooler than normal the rest of the week.
Weather changes constantly.
Follow @NashSevereWx on Twitter for any changes to this forecast.
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