Widespread severe weather not expected today, weaker system than the last two

Dry with a freeze tomorrow night and a frost Saturday morning

It was mild to start today but a chill will be back in the air tomorrow morning with readings 27 degrees lower to start tomorrow.

The transition features showers and scattered thunderstorms at times today through 5pm then diminishing by 8pm with the last scattered showers ending by midnight, so no widespread severe weather.

However a few isolated storms may contain hail or damaging winds in some spots.

The risk of a tornado is not quite zero but is very low.

Even when it is not raining it will be breezy at times today. Then strong gusty winds come in this evening on into tomorrow. This will add to the wind chill factor Thursday and could cause a tree or tree limb to fall somewhere even without a severe storm.

High and low temperatures tomorrow and Good Friday will be 10-20 degrees below-normal for this time of year!

Low 60s this morning but tomorrow morning will be mid to upper 30s!

We stay dry Thursday through at least Wednesday of next week and maybe until next weekend with a warming trend.

ESTIMATED ADDITIONAL AVERAGE RAIN NEXT 12 HOURS:


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Kirk Mellish

Meteorologist

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