10/23 – Brittany’s “Changes Ahead For The New Workweek” Sunday Night Forecast

One last quiet day allowing for another pleasant Sunday and weekend as a whole. Not expecting much in the way of impacts for the next 24-36 hrs but we will begin to see things pick up just a tad before the threat of severe weather hits the area Tuesday. Models continue to speed up just a tad with Tuesday`s system and there is a chance we could be rain free by early afternoon for most of the area.

Tonight and through Monday evening will be uneventful for the most part. Winds are already starting to slowly come out of the southeast and this is increasing the low level moisture over the region. Dewpoints currently in the upper 40s to lower/mid 60s will continue to rise and should be in the 60s across the entire area Monday night.

On Tuesday, a cold front will make its way overhead our area. We’ll be under a MARGINAL (Level one out of five) potential threat for severe weather. Damaging winds will be the greatest threat. Behind the front, cooler temperatures and drier air.

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