From Storm Search 7 Meteorologist Alyssa Pawlak-
TONIGHT- Mild w/ Increasing Clouds
Wind: SE 10-20 mph
TUESDAY- M. Cloudy w/ Scattered T-Storms
Wind: SE/E 10-20 mph
TUESDAY NIGHT - Pt./M Cloudy w/ W. Scat'd T-Storms
Wind: Light & Variable
WEDNESDAY- M. Cloudy, Cool & Windy w/ W. Scat'd T-Storms
Wind: NE/N 20-30 mph & Gusty!
EXTENDED FORECAST - Our next storm system will be moving into the area tomorrow bringing with it a nice chance for rain! The heaviest rain will be concentrated across the eastern half of the Panhandles, and there *is* a chance some storms could become strong to severe with damaging wind gusts and hailstones larger than quarters being the main threats. Rain chances continue on Wednesday as showers & storms wrap around on the back side of the low. Rain won't be as widespread as on Tuesday, but at least we'll still have some around. Drying conditions will take over for the end of the week with temperatures rising back into the 60s and low 70s. Our active weather pattern will continue into next weekend with another round of hit & miss thunderstorms firing up on Saturday. Sunday is looking dry, cloudy & cool with a high of 59.
Today's Record Temperatures