Quiet weather ends tonight, tracking possible severe weather tomorrow

NOW: Quiet weather ends tonight, tracking possible severe weather tomorrow

ABC57 First Warning Neighborhood Weather Forecast

Saturday, May 25, 2024

What is likely the only quiet day of Memorial Day weekend wraps up with lows in the mid 50s and mostly clear skies tonight. Tomorrow brings another possibility for severe weather into the area in the form of two separate rounds of showers and thunderstorms. As highs warm into the low 80s and dewpoints climb to the low 60s, the stage is set for the first potentially severe round of thunderstorms to arrive around 1-2 PM and wrap up around 4-5PM. The main concern will be damaging winds, but heavy rain could trigger flooding. Hail is a secondary concern but is still possible in both rounds of storms. The second round is dependent on the first, but guidance points to storms developing in our area just before 10PM. While the main severe risk stays south of our area, any storms that do form have a chance to turn severe with wind being the primary suspect. Isolated tornadoes and hail are also possible with these later storms. Showers continue into later Monday morning but become more scattered as the day goes on. The last of the wet weather ceases Tuesday with highs cooling into the upper 60s by Wednesday.

Tonight: Mostly clear. Low 54.

Sunday: Thunderstorms, some of which may be severe. High 80.

Monday: Scattered showers. High 71.

Tuesday: Scattered showers. High 70.

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