FORECAST: Storms Tuesday morning, and tracking more on the way

Published: May. 30, 2022 at 4:35 PM CDT|Updated: May. 31, 2022 at 10:20 AM CDT
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With moderate, mid-level sheer expected, the opportunity for strong storms cannot be ruled out by this afternoon into the early evening. Just like yesterday, we are still expecting a small opportunity for isolated tornado development but a better opportunity for hail development and powerful winds gusts above 55 mph.

The storm threat continues into Wednesday, or we could see a few more scattered storms however not as aggressive as today’s opportunity. Localized flooding or minor ponding on highways in surface streets will be a concern through the next 24 hours. As the storm system passes overhead temperatures will begin to fall. Tonight evening, Lowe’s should drop to the upper 50s and lower 60s with daytime highs on Wednesday featured in the upper 60s and lower 70s. Unfortunately, this does not last long. Will continue with a rebound in temperature on Thursday to mid-70s, then upper 70s by Friday with drier conditions expected.

We have another weak opportunity for scattered showers and storms into the weekend. And the area of low pressure seems to be the culprit for the shower chance. During this time, however, we will keep our daytime highs featured in the mid and upper 70s. Once this storm system passes, the temperature will continue to increase back to the low and mid-80s into the next work week.