Good Tuesday, folks. We have an increasing threat of severe thunderstorms late in the day and into Wednesday. This is coming ahead of a potent storm system set to move from the Plains into the Ohio Valley.
Warm and moist air moves in Tuesday. The leading edge of this might have a few strong storms with it around the middle of the day. Winds are then going to absolutely crank as our atmosphere becomes very unstable.
The initial severe storm threat is to our west during the afternoon and early evening, but that threat rolls eastward Tuesday night. A few storms might get out on their own, leading to a few tornadoes. Here’s the latest outlook from the Storm Prediction Center for Tuesday:
The severe weather threat increase late Tuesday night and Wednesday for central and eastern parts of the state. This might include a squall line of strong to severe thunderstorms racing eastward, with damaging winds and isolated tornadoes.
I have the blog all set to track the action:
Have a great day and take care.