Last Updated 1 month ago by Devontae Jackson.
Here is a look at satellite and radar this evening. Showers and storms continue to move through our area. However, we are losing the heating of the day so the threat of storms are beginning to diminish.
The Storm Prediction Center once again has us in a marginal risk (1/5) for severe weather for tomorrow. That means a few storms could become strong at times.
Here is a look at what future radar could look like. Precipitation will continue through this evening. Storms will diminish but rain could linger a while before tapering off this evening into the overnight hours.
More rain and storms move into the area tomorrow. We will have moisture to work with tomorrow, as well as warm temps, and some energy in the atmosphere. A cold front will move through the area helping spark the thunderstorms tomorrow along with the low pressure system.
Some rain could be steady to heavy at times on Saturday. Precipitation will start late morning tomorrow and continue through the early evening hours before tapering off.
Here is a look at our severe weather hazards tomorrow. Damaging winds look to be the primary threat. However, a spin up of a tornado can not be ruled out and a flooding is possible as well.
More rain is expected Sunday, no thunderstorms expected though.
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