Posted by: Shawn Householder | March 2, 2012

2 March, 2012 08:03

More rain and thunder today with the primary threat for severe weather effecting mainly southern and central portions of our state. Brief heavy downpours, strong gusty winds and hail are likely. But a tornado is also possible later this afternoon and evening. The Storm Prediciton Center has included our westernmost counties in the moderate risk for severe weather. Temperatures this afternoon will reach the upper 60s and may touch 70 briefly across our lowlands! Then a cold front will sweep across our area tonight to bring lows into the low/mid 40s. By then the main weather feature will be wind gusting to 20+ MPH. Mainly dry and cooler weather will stop by for the weekend. But rain followed by accumulating snow is on tap for Sunday.

Here’s the link to the latest radar loop!


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