Today was another very warm day across the region, although we were covered up with a layer of clouds that kept us from seeing as much sunshine as we saw yesterday.
Tomorrow will be much of the same with temperatures warming up nicely throughout the morning into the afternoon hours. Afternoon high temperatures should warm into the low to mid 80s across the region.
As we progress into the afternoon we will see a ramp up in storm chances as we see some afternoon heating. In the blog last night we discussed how we had been placed in a marginal risk for severe weather by the Storm Prediction Center. This morning and afternoon the SPC upgraded our region into a Sight (2/5) risk for severe weather.
The main threats with any severe weather that we get will be damaging winds and large hail. But with the dynamics that will be present in the atmosphere tornadoes cannot be ruled out.
Make sure that you stay weather aware throughout the day and have multiple ways to receive your warnings. Some examples of good ways to receive your warnings are as follows:
- Wireless Emergency Alerts
- NOAA Weather Radio
- Facebook and Twitter
We will have the latest information posted on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram first thing in the morning.
Have a Great Night!