Watching Storms in Northeast Mississippi… Isolated Storms This Eve and Tonight… Wednesday Update 2:45pm
August 1, 2012 Leave a comment
Good Tuesday early afternoon! I’m watching a batch of storms develop in northeast Mississippi at this 2pm hour with interest. A couple of storms have gone severe ahead of a weak upper air disturbance. While the risk of storms is low around central and west Alabama this evening and tonight, we’ll have to watch radar trends close incase these storms become better organized. At this point, there’s a 30% chance of rain at your house this evening and tonight. If storms contine to grow over northeast Mississippi as they slide southeast, I may have to make some changes to the forecast. At this point, the best chance of scattered storms this evening will occur northwest of Tuscaloosa; even there, the chance is fairly low. If you’re outdoors when a storm moves close to your area, go inside. Even tiny storms will produce lots of lighting. If a severe storm reaches our area, damaging winds will be the primary concern. Stay tuned for any updates.
Better rain chances will arrive on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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