Scattered, strong storms possible through the evening
Severe storms may bring localized hail and damaging wind gusts
- Storms fade overnight
- Warm, not as stormy Wednesday
- Wetter weather returns Friday
Rain chances build back in starting this afternoon thanks to multiple systems entering the area. A warm front will extend north and bring another round of scattered storms beginning mid-afternoon Tuesday. The highest risk of severe weather will be near the 81 corridor and areas east of the Blue Ridge.
IMPACTS: Hail and damaging winds are the main risk, but should remain localized. Lightning and heavy rain with storms are likely.
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
The middle of the week remains fairly quiet with a lower chance of showers and storm both days. Wednesday will be the warmest with highs in the low 80s. We’ll cool to the upper 70s by Thursday.
Thanks to a series of front , we’ll have more opportunities for rain this week, especially by Friday. A slow-moving system may keep rain chances through the first half of the weekend with cooler weather returning.
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