We started off our Saturday morning a little chilly.
A clear sky and nearly calm wind allowed temperatures to drop into the 30s last night. But we will warm-up nice today as the wind switches around from the southeast. We will have afternoon temperatures reach the low 60s.
Clouds will increase throughout the day as moisture returns in advance of a developing storm system that will kick off a round of strong to severe storms Sunday.
The storms will move in from west to east beginning Sunday morning. At this point, the primary time frame for severe weather is from late morning through 6 p.m., during the peak day time heating; this is another situation where the upper level dynamics are favorable, but instability (moisture levels and temperatures) are questionable. But no doubt, it's something we'll have to watch closely.
The pattern remains unsettled through the middle of next week; we transition from a severe weather threat Sunday to heavy rain with the possibility of flash flooding by Monday and Tuesday.
As always, we'll keep a close eye on the changing weather conditions, so stay with us over the next several days.
Monday, September 15 2014 5:39 PM EDT2014-09-15 21:39:25 GMT
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