Unsettled and stormy midweek

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This Futurecast model shows showers and thunderstorms developing early during the afternoon.





The Storm Prediction Center has portions of the area under its “Slight Risk” category for severe weather on Wednesday. Damaging winds and hail are possible with any thunderstorms that turn severe.

The few spotty showers around this afternoon continue to fade into the evening hours.  Only a passing sprinkle is possible early during the evening.  Otherwise, expect partly cloudy conditions through the night.  It will be muggy with lows in the middle 60s.  Wednesday a warm front approaches from the southwest, bringing the chance for isolated showers and thunderstorms beginning in the early afternoon hours.  A few storms could reach strong to severe limits.  This threat is mainly west of I-83.  Damaging winds and hail are the main concerns Wednesday afternoon.  Highs reach the lower 80s.  Thursday, more by way of showers and thunderstorms are expected once more.  The positioning of an area of low pressure puts southeastern parts of the region at risk yet again for severe weather.  Some locally heavy downpours are also likely.  Highs reach the 70s.




A few showers linger into Friday.  Otherwise, it’s a less humid and mainly dry day with highs in the middle 70s.  Saturday full sunshine returns for Father’s Day weekend.  Highs are back at the 80 degree mark.  Sunday clouds increase ahead of our next system.  There is the chance for a late day shower, mainly west.  Most of the area will be dry for most of Father’s Day, however.




Another system passes through Monday.  This brings showers back into the forecast.  Skies begin to dry out Tuesday.  A few showers could linger into the morning.  Highs reach the lower 80s both days.



Have a great night!


-Andrea Michaels