A disturbance is allowing for showers and storms to form and move across the area today! Although we could see a gusty storm into the afternoon/evening hours, our severe threat for the rest of the day is very low.
We’ll stay mainly dry into our Wednesday before a cold front ushers another shot at scattered showers and thunderstorms into the area by the overnight period. We’ll have an isolated severe threat Wednesday night into Thursday morning as well, so be sure you can hear warnings before going to bed that night!
Cooler, calmer conditions work back in for the end of the work week! We’ll only top out in the upper 60s on Friday afternoon, and we’ll wake up to the 40s by Saturday morning. Another low pressure system will be approaching the area by Easter Sunday, however, and we’ll have to keep a close eye on that storm system. There’s still some differences in timing/strength at this point, but stay tuned as we get closer as severe weather is a possibility at this time!
WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist
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