Sunday, May 19, 2013

A Beautiful Start to the Week with Some Mid-Week Bumps

Days at a Glance:
Monday: High, 89. Low, 65. Sunshine with a few clouds. Winds from the south at 5-10 knots.

Tuesday: High, 87. Low, 63. Sunshine to begin with storms developing into the afternoon and evening mostly west of I-65. Winds from the south at 7-13 knots.

Wednesday: High, 86. Low, 62. Widespread thunderstorms with hail and damaging wind as the largest threats. Winds shifting out of the west. Precipitation totals less than .10 inches.

A beautiful start to the week with Monday and Tuesday starting out sunny with partly cloudy skies. High's Monday will be in the mid-80's with lows in the mid-60's. Tuesday highs will be in the mid-80's with lows in the mid-60's. A chance of thunderstorms will begin into the afternoon and nighttime Tuesday. Any areas that receive a passing rain shower might see lows into the lower 60's. As we move into Wednesday, an upper level trough axis will move in from the west and bring the upper level forcing to condition for thunderstorm development. A surface cold frontal boundary will move in with this upper level disturbance as well bringing widespread showers and thunderstorms to the mid-south. Best chance of thunderstorms for Tuesday night will be west of I-65. Wednesday will bring showers to the east of I-65. Largest threats with this will be damaging wind and hail.

Forecaster: Emily Yates

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