Warmer weather is on tap for the rest of the week along with the chance for some rain and storms. We’ll likely see 2 rounds of thunderstorms, some of which could be strong.
The first round will arrive Thursday night into Friday morning. It could be a bit noisy overnight with pockets of heavy rain and some rumbles of thunder. Expect a wet Friday morning commute. Rain chances should taper off a bit during the day on Friday with just spotty rain around before the 2nd wave of storms arrives. It could again get noisy overnight Friday into Saturday morning. The 2nd wave will be slightly stronger than the first, but the severe weather threat looks very low. Rain will taper off from west to east by mid Saturday morning.
The best time for any of the stronger to marginally severe storms will come Friday night into Saturday morning. Again, the set up isn’t that impressive for severe weather but as with any late March system, we’ll keep a close eye on things. Our main threats will be a isolated segment with wind gusts of 50-60mph and some small hail.
Stat tuned for updates regarding strength, threats, and timing.
WAFF 48 Storm Team
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