Storms bring a Marginal Risk of severe weather tonight
A strong cold front arrives by 5:00am-7:00am Tuesday morning. Ahead of this front, there is a Marginal Risk of severe weather. A Marginal Risk means isolated strong to severe thunderstorms are possible. Storms will be capable of producing frequent lightning, heavy rain, and strong wind gusts of 60 mph. Power outages are possible.
Timing of the strongest storms: 8:00pm-11:00pm EST. Rain and rumbles of thunder will be possible from Midnight through 5:00am EST on Tuesday morning, bringing rainfall total of 0.50" to 1" by tomorrow morning.
Here is the risk map, and the probability maps. Notice there is a 2% probability for a tornado, and a 5% probability for damaging wind. While the 2% probability is low, it's still there. Today is a weather alert day, and it's a good time to download the WRCB Weather App, if you haven't done so already.
Temperatures will be dropping Tuesday! It will start off in the mid-50s, dropping to the mid to low 40s tomorrow afternoon. Freezing temperatures return by Tuesday night.