It’s been quite the lovely Labor Day weekend. Can’t totally rule out a stray shower tonight, but it looks unlikely.
Higher rain chances come around Tuesday.
HRRR model (above) shows maybe some light showers to start the morning, followed by on/off rain/storms in the afternoon/evening. Not worried about severe weather, but some heavy rain, gusty winds and lightning are possible.
Wednesday we’ll have additonal rain/storm chances.
The Storm Prediction Center has outlooked basically west of I-65 with a 5% chance of severe weather within 25 miles. Specifics still have to be worked out, but generally damaging straight-line winds and hail would be the threats, not concerned about tornadoes. Timeframe looks afternoon/evening right now.
Rain chances and temps relax a bit as we hit the back of the week. Upcoming weekend shaping up to be splendid.
Weather changes constantly.
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