We’re still tracking severe weather today that will start to brew to our West throughout this morning. This MCS (mesoscale convective system) will bring scattered and strong thunderstorms into the 4state later today, mostly in the afternoon and evening hours. Expect HEAVY RAINFALL (flash flooding possible), LARGE HAIL, and DAMAGING WINDS with this system. The storm system also has the possibility of producing an isolated tornado. This is all being caused from the combination of a few things happening in the atmosphere – a cold front pushing towards the Mid-Atlantic States, an upper-level trough and mid-level jet. The atmosphere will be very active over the 4State throughout today as we continue to warm up. We have the chance of lingering activity overnight as well. Monday we’ll see a chance of a thunderstorm, but the remainder of the week will be clear and cooler.
Sunday: The CHANCE of severe thunderstorms throughout the afternoon. Large hail, damaging winds, and heavy downpours could occur with this line of strong storms. An isolated tornado is not out of the question. Winds: SW 5-10 MPH. High: 85, Low: 65.
Monday: A slight chance of a thunderstorm, partly sunny. High: 80, LOW: 55.
Tuesday: Cooler and fall-like, mostly sunny. High: 77, Low: 55.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High: 79, Low: 57.
Thursday: Nice and sunny. High: 82, Low: 60.
Friday: Mostly sunny. High: 82, Low: 62.
Saturday: Partly sunny. High: 82, Low: 65.
--Meteorologist Stephanie Sine