Large Hail, Isolated Tornadoes Possible This Afternoon And Evening

Sheri Evans
April 14, 2018

In fact, the Gulf moisture is already fueling storms to our north and west today.

How the morning phase plays out will affect what happens later Saturday afternoon.

Afternoon would actually be worse because that would give the atmosphere more time to heat and create more instability.

Raleigh and surrounding counties will be under a level two risk for severe weather on a five-level scale.

The National Weather Service has put southern Missouri, including the city of Springfield, in an area of enhanced risk for severe weather today.

Forecasters in Shreveport said "potentially strong" tornadoes will be possible in southwest Arkansas.

Saturday starts out with partly sunny skies.

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"Heavy rain and thunderstorms will become likely late in the afternoon and into the evening on Sunday", Sovine said.

Current tornado risk late Sunday night is very low across the Carolinas.

We will see plenty of sun on Sunday, but it will be windy and MUCH COOLER!

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Winds remain breezy as cold air pushes in overnight. Temperatures by Monday morning will be in the low 40s. Don't put that winter coat away just yet! It will be windy again today with southwest winds at 10 to 20 and gusts to 30 miles per hour. Winds will continue to pick up this afternoon out of the south and southeast at 15-20 miles per hour, but we could see a few gusts getting closer to 30 miles per hour. South wind 8 to 11 miles per hour. Highs winds, large hail, heavy rain and a few tornadoes are possible.

Early work week looks quiet, mostly sunny with a warming trend through Tuesday. Daytime highs will be a touch warmer in the low to mid 50's. High of 78 and low of 51.

Clear skies welcomed a warm sunrise early Friday, and Gardner said the sun will stay out through the rest of the day.

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