Scattered showers will increase in coverage and intensity this evening and overnight tonight. A Flash Flood Watch has been issued by the National Weather Service. This is because some areas could see over three inches of rain through Monday morning. Some of the rain will become heavy at times, especially with the thunderstorms that move in overnight.
Some of the storms could become severe overnight tonight with the potential for wind gusts up to 60mph along with intense lightning and some hail. Temperatures will hold steady and remain in the 60s overnight as the wind increases from the ESE at 15-20mph.
The rain will come to an end in the early afternoon hours on Monday. As this storm system moves away from us there will be cooler and drier air moving in behind it. Expect some cooler than normal weather through Wednesday.
We will be tracking the showers and storms overnight tonight and through the early morning hours. You can find us streaming radar coverage, beginning after the 10pm news tonight, on our weather and news apps. You can also find the streaming coverage at waff.com
Have a safe night.
WAFF 48 Storm Team
We Track Storms