Good Sunday, everyone. After a severe weather filled Saturday, additional rounds of strong to severe storms will target the region again today. This action is ahead of a cold front sweeping in here from the west.
The greatest threat for severe weather comes this afternoon and evening, and may be more linear than our Saturday storms. Damaging winds and hail continue to be the primary players. We will also have to watch for another round of flash flooding. Parts of the state picked up 5″ of rain on Saturday, so it won’t take much more to create more issues.
Some good news does show up for Memorial Day as our skies finally dry. Morning showers move away from the southeast, leaving partly sunny skies behind. Highs will generally run from 75-80 for many.
Temps for the week ahead look to average cooler than normal for the final days of May into early June. Scattered showers and thunderstorms return for the second half of the week.
In the short-term, it’s all about the severe weather potential, so lets do some tracking…
Make it a great day and take care.