Severe weather is possible this evening and tonight. A tornado watch is already in effect for parts of the area. You can sign up for text and email alerts on fox10tv.com, and tune into Fox Ten for the latest information.
It’s been a very breezy as a deep southerly flow is setting up off the Gulf of Mexico. A strong cold front will approach the area tonight, crossing the forecast area in the early morning hours on Tuesday. The Storm Prediction Center has in the slight risk zone for severe weather. The primary threat is t-storm winds and hail. Isolated brief tornadoes are possible, in an enhanced risk zone, mainly north and west, up HW 43, HW 45, and HW 98. We expect 2”-3” of rain with isolated higher amounts. The storms should clear the area early Tuesday and much drier and cooler air moves in for the rest of the week.
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