The potential for severe thunderstorms exists through the day for Saturday. Some early morning thunderstorms could tweak how things shape up later in the day, but the best chance for severe storms still looks to be this afternoon into tonight. Main threats with severe storms will be damaging hail, high winds, and flooding. Tornadoes remain the lowest threat, but with enough instability possible this afternoon, one or two cannot be ruled out. Flooding threat continues overnight with showers and storms possible until around daybreak on Sunday.
Sunday afternoon looks to be a calm one, and we should see the sun come back out. Temperatures will be relatively cooler, in the low 70s. By Monday, highs are stuck in the upper 60s.
More chances for showers and thunderstorms come in Monday evening and Tuesday. There is a chance we could see some severe development with this system, but the forecast has not been consistent enough in that regard to say for certain.
Heading into the end of the work week, we see a warming trend back into the 80s, and another chance for showers and storms Thursday and Friday. With several chances for heavy rain over the next week, flooding will remain a concern.
Be sure to stay up to date on today’s severe weather forecast with the Storm Track Weather team on-air, through the KSNT Storm Track Weather App, and social media.
– KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Andrew Adams
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