06/28 Ryan’s “Severe Potential” Thursday Night Forecast

It’s been rather clear and sunny all day, but we have the potential for severe weather as we head into the evening.

A SQUALL LINE WHICH ORIGINATED IN NORTH ALABAMA IS PUSHING SOUTHWARD, AND WILL BE MOVING IN BY 9 PM TONIGHT.

This system has produced 60+ mph winds, lightning, and heavy rains; but has little chance of tornadoes. After the storm passes, we’ll see clearing skies and humid conditions for the rest of the evening. The trend we’ve seen recently will continue and increase through the weekend. The hot and humid conditions remain in place, but we’ll begin seeing much more rain than we have been.

RAIN CHANCES SPIKE FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT ROUND 50%, AND WILL SLOWLY BEGIN TO TAPER OFF BY THE BEGINNING OF NEXT WEEK.

By Wednesday, the Fourth of July, I’m expecting it to be slightly drier and more sunny for your holiday festivities.

Categories: Weather Headlines, WXXV Team

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *