A major warm-up for Tuesday with daytime highs in the lower 60s! Wind gusts could exceed 50 miles per hour.
The Storm Prediction Center shows the highest risk area in Memphis and Jonesboro on Tuesday late afternoon and evening. Rain chances are going to remain low through the afternoon.
The Storm Prediction Center has put southeastern MI under a “marginal risk” area for severe storms Tuesday evening. The greatest threat will be damaging winds and hail, although an isolated tornado can not be ruled out either.
After enjoying some fairly comfortable conditions over the Easter weekend, a chance of rain returns to Texas with a duo of cold fronts. Stay safe and make it a great day. Those winds should ease up a bit as the front passes later Tuesday night.
Meteorologist Dave Murray says that we will likely have dry weather for Wednesday and Thursday.
Wednesday and Thursday will be almost flawless days with highs in the low to mid 70s with low humidity. Most of the storms should clear the area by 3 am. So, you may need to find the jacket again. We are expecting the potential for hail, gusty winds, and isolated tornadoes.
Wednesday Morning: Snow showers possible throughout the morning.
But first, this storm will move southeastward across the northern Rockies Monday, reaching western South Dakota, the Nebraska Panhandle, and northeastern Colorado Monday afternoon. You can view our interactive radar, get severe weather alerts, and watch our video updates on the go, when you want it, at your convenience, all in the palm of your hand.
Sunday will be warmer, with a high in the mid 70s as the warm front lifts northward; new model data suggests a decent part of the day will be dry with only isolated showers.