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Scattered Showers & Storms; Severe Weather Threat

We're waking up to cloudy and warm conditions across the Tri-State. Scattered showers are developing and have the potential of becoming strong storms this afternoon.

Posted: Jun 8, 2021 6:46 AM
Updated: Jun 8, 2021 12:23 PM

We’re stuck in repeat as we head into our third day of warm, humid, and damp conditions. This morning started out with mostly dry skies, before light rainfall moved across the central portions of the Tri-State. It definitely added to the warm and humid conditions – we started out in the low 70s across the Tri-State.

This afternoon isn’t going to be much different other than the chance for some strong storms that have the potential of dumping heavy rainfall on our communities. Highs are still expected to reach the low 80s under mostly cloudy skies. We’re tracking heavy rainfall to our south that will be moving through our area this afternoon into the early evening hours. Make sure to stay weather aware!

The Storm Prediction Center has placed us under a “1” Marginal Risk on the Threat Index for severe weather. Those communities included are around and south of I-64. The main threats with this system are gusty winds and heavy rainfall that could cause localized flooding.

Tonight into tomorrow will be mainly dry with some lingering showers. Temperatures will be back in the low 70s by daybreak. Isolated storms will be likely Wednesday with highs in the low 80s.

Partly Cloudy
82° wxIcon
Hi: 92° Lo: 74°
Feels Like: 85°
78° wxIcon
Hi: 91° Lo: 72°
Feels Like: 81°
79° wxIcon
Hi: 90° Lo: 73°
Feels Like: 81°
80° wxIcon
Hi: 91° Lo: 71°
Feels Like: 83°
Partly Cloudy
79° wxIcon
Hi: 88° Lo: 72°
Feels Like: 81°
Showers and storm chances will be arriving for your Monday. There is even an isolated threat of some of these thunderstorms could produce damaging winds and heavy downpours. Significant cooler air will move in by Monday night.
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