Good Wednesday to one and all. Rounds of strong to severe thunderstorms have been pounding the state overnight and that action continues early Wednesday. This is all ahead of a strong cold front plowing in from the northwest.
Thunderstorms early in the morning will give way to a squall line racing in from the northwest. This line of thunderstorms can produce wind damage across the entire region. It’s possible for a weak tornado to spin up along the line.
Large hail and torrential rains will be possible. This could lead to local high-water problems.
Our weather will calm down later in the day as the cold finally presses through here. Chillier air moves in for the next few days, with some rain and snow showers possible Thursday night.
Much milder air then returns for the weekend.
I have you all set to track Wednesday’s storms:
Have a great day and take care.