Fast forming storms move into our area Monday afternoon with an occasional, quick light shower. Expect a high of 75 degrees with a 70% chance of showers or thunderstorms; winds south 10-15mph.
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Tonight the cold front begins it's journey through the south east, bring with it several squall lines of thunderstorms. The instability needed to create strong and severe storms will be in our area, increasing the likelihood of bad weather during the evening and overnight period.
Winds will stay active out of the south 15-25 mph, shifting north. Our chances of rain will rise from 70% to 90% during the overnight and early morning hours. Overnight lows will drop to the mid 50s.
We have a better chance of dealing with severe storms during the pre-dawn hours, but we'll still have strong storms developing in the morning hours during the commute.
There will be a 70% chance of rain during the daytime hours, mainly for the eastern and southeastern counties in the state. Winds shifting north, following the push of the front through the state, leaving much clearer skies in it's wake.
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