Storms are back in the forecast today. Showers will likely remain isolated and north of the River through the morning hours, but they’ll become more widespread throughout the day and this afternoon. Severe weather is not expected, but a few storms may briefly produce gusty winds up to 45mph and small, pea sized hail.
Although today’s chance for rain is higher than previous days, they’ll still be scattered in nature, meaning some areas may remain dry.
Rain coverage will lower after sunset but isolated showers remain possible overnight. We’ll see another round of scattered storms develop on Tuesday. The middle of the week looks very warm with only a few pop-up afternoon storms.
You’ll also want to check back for updates throughout the week as we’re tracking the potential for a stronger storm system next weekend that could impact your plans. This stronger system will not only give us a chance for severe weather, it will also usher in cooler temperatures next week.
Meteorologist Lauren Jones
WAFF48 First Alert Weather