Strong or severe storms possible Tuesday night; snow Wednesday

NOW: Strong or severe storms possible Tuesday night; snow Wednesday

There is a risk for strong or severe thunderstorms this evening. Stay weather aware tonight.

In the meantime, Tuesday morning and afternoon are mild but relatively quiet. Temperatures warm all the way into the low 70s this afternoon. It will be breezy at times.

After the PM commute is when we could begin to see rain and storms.

Storms will not be widespread, but areas where storms develop could see hail and damaging wind gusts. Downpours are also possible. An isolated tornado cannot be ruled out for tonight.

The period we are concerned about is 7 PM - 1 AM, so make sure notifications from the First Warning Neighborhood Weather app are switched "on" as you are going to bed tonight, so you will know of any severe weather alerts.

Getting into early Wednesday morning (before sunrise), precipitation changes to a rain/snow mix as temperatures drop. It remains breezy with gusts 35+ mph. Precipitation changes to all snow after sunrise. Up to about half an inch of snow is possible by noon Wednesday, then snow ends and clouds clear in the afternoon.

Wednesday afternoon temperatures continue to fall into the mid 20s.

Thursday starts to warm again into the 40s under sunny skies.

Temperatures are in the upper 40s Friday, then we warm into the 60s this weekend.

Today: Partly cloudy and breezy. PM thunderstorms. Severe weather possible. High 72.

Tonight: Thunderstorms early. Severe risk ending. Precipitation shifts to snow. Low 36.

Wednesday: AM snow showers. Falling temperatures. Breezy. Afternoon temperatures in the 20s.

Thursday: Sunny. High 42.

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