Last Updated 1 week ago by Devontae Jackson.
The SPC has placed Dayton and areas west and south in a slight risk (2/5) for severe weather. The rest of the area is in a marginal risk (1/5) for severe weather. This means we could expect to see a fews strong to severe storms tomorrow.
Our next storm system will be from a system in the south. We will watch rain move into the area later this evening from this system.
So, rain will move into the area tonight. Rain should stay light for the most part but a few steadier pockets of rain is possible as rain continues through the overnight. Rain will continue through Monday morning and into the early afternoon before tapering off. A few thunderstorms are possible early Monday afternoon.
As we head into later into Monday afternoon we will get a break from the rain. Temperatures will be around the upper 60s and lower 70s. We will also still have abundant Gulf moisture and some instability in the atmosphere. Another thing is cloud cover could break a little in the afternoon and that could help destabilize the atmosphere some.
As we head into late Monday night and into early Tuesday morning showers and storms will develop in the southern part of the area. A few of these storms could be strong to severe.
We will get into a lull in the precipitation Tuesday morning before some more showers and embedded thunderstorms move into the area.
A marginal risk for severe weather is in place for the entire area Tuesday.
So again, once we get into the lull in precipitation Tuesday morning more rain will move into the area. We get another break from the precipitation in the afternoon. By Tuesday afternoon we will still have a lot of Gulf moisture in our area. We will also still have some instability in the atmosphere to work with.
This time around though, it doesn’t appear clouds will break much Tuesday afternoon but temperatures will be in the mid to upper 70s.
As we head into late Tuesday afternoon and into the evening, another round of showers and storms will move into the area thanks to a front from the west this time. A few of these storms could be strong to possibly severe at times. This batch of showers and storms will taper off Wednesday morning.
Looking at our severe weather threats specifically for Monday. Damaging winds and hail are the main threats and a spin up of a tornado can not be ruled out.
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