No widespread severe weather is expected, but one or two storms could have damaging straight line winds and/or large hail.
Warm, unstable air is in place this morning as temperatures are in the 60s and low 70s.
Another cold front is likely to move through our area on Monday with scattered showers and storms. It'll also be a windy one out there today and tonight, with sustained winds between 15 and 25 miles per hour, and wind gusts as high as 30-35 miles per hour.
TUESDAY NIGHT: As we go into the overnight we will be watching a line of storms already moving through Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee.
A wind advisory is in effect Tuesday from 10 a.m. morning through 10 p.m. Gusts up to 45 miles per hour are expected.
Severe threat will be limited to brief periods of moderate rain and lightning early.
There is a FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY for Wednesday because of marginal to slight severe storms risk.
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"If there are storms that do develop ahead of the line, they're the threat for bigger hail and stronger tornadoes". Abundant lightning and heavier pockets of rain are also possible.
Get those weather radios ready - severe weather may be in the works again tonight.
Thursday: Mostly sunny with a high near 57 degrees.
Another round of snow will be possible Saturday and Sunday with temperatures starting off in the upper teens and highs only climbing into the low 40s.
As always with severe weather, I always mention to stay tuned, and this is no different.
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