Get ready for some wild weather

Good Tuesday to one and all. We have some wild weather rolling our way for this first full week of April. Severe thunderstorms and snow showers will be possible within a 24-hour period for much of our region. Nothing like a little crazy for spring breakers. 😉

Tuesday’s weather looks pretty tranquil, with highs nearing 70 under a mix of sun and clouds.

A potent storm moves into the Ohio Valley on Wednesday, creating lines of strong to severe storms racing across the region. The SPC has much of the state in a slight risk for severe storms:

The 3km NAM shows a strong line of severe storms racing eastward across the state Wednesday afternoon and evening:

Ahead of that, highs might make a run at 80 degrees on a strong southwesterly wind.

Behind the front, look out. The weather for Thursday and Friday looks about as nasty as you can get this time of year, with a shot of winter weather moving in. Wrap-around rain and snow showers will be likely as winds gust to 40 mph:

Highs might struggle to get to 40 degrees both days, and I can’t rule out a little slushy accumulation Thursday night across the east. The GFS keeps showing this potential:

That winter shot will be short-lived, with much-above-normal temps returning next weekend. 80 degree highs will be possible by Monday.

Make it a great Tuesday and take care.

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