Monday, June 04, 2007

Strong Storms Possible Tuesday PM

Strong to severe storms are possible tomorrow afternoon in SNE. Right now we are under the loosening grips of Barry's rains. It came down pretty good for a time around 2PM where I live and now has lightened to a few showers and sprinkles. The temperature is also around 60 degrees, a good rebound from the lower 50's this morning.

This will clear out tonight, but still be very humid. Tomorrow breaks of sun will be likely that will propell temperatures into the mid 80's with very humid conditions. Dewpoints will likely be in the lower to middle 60's, which is very humid for early June or any month in SNE for that matter. A cold front will move in later in the PM and spark a line of thunderstorms that may be strong to severe with the main concern strong winds and heavy rainfall. A few storms may put down some small hail as well.

I will be posting tomorrow if any watches or warnings are issued by the NWS, so until then, stay dry this afternoon and evening.

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