June ends with more rounds of storms

Good Tuesday, everyone. June is wrapping up on a rather stormy note. Storms have been common over the past couple of weeks, and it looks as if July will start out in similar fashion. Rounds of storms are likely to continue.

Storms Tuesday will fire up as another system dives in from the northwest. This could bring another round of strong and severe storms. Local high winds and hail will be possible. These storms might also cause some stream and street flooding.

Boomers will then come at us in waves over the next several days. Rainfall totals could be on the excessive side over the next week. The Weather Prediction Center is forecasting the heaviest amounts from the lower Ohio Valley to the Tennessee Valley:

WPCWe will have to keep a close eye on these rounds of storms.

Temps will continue to run below normal through the Fourth of July. Here’s a look at the highs from the European Model:

EuroTemps should reach normal to above normal (mid- and upper 80s) by early next week. Another shot of cool looks to follow that a few days later.

In the short term, it’s all about tracking some more big boomers. Track away:

 

 

Tuesday’s risk area

Latest Day 1 convective outlook

Current watches

Current Watches

Possible watch areas Current MDs

Have a great day and take care.

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