First Warning Forecast: Tracking summertime heat and storms

  • First Warning Forecast: Tracking summertime heat and storms

First Warning Forecast: Tracking summertime heat and storms

TODAY: Partly Cloudy. Very Warm & Humid.

Scattered thunderstorms are possible today. Storms may include heavy downpours and gusty wind. Isolated strong storms over the Big Country late this afternoon and this evening... See 5% probability for severe winds below. About a quarter to a half inch possible tomorrow.

That same Marginal Risk for Nashville remains for much of Wednesday.

Monday night... Mostly cloudy with scattered showers.

As of midafternoon, the agency had issued a series of severe thunderstorm warnings and fielded reports of flooding, wind damage, and quarter to half-dollar-sized hail in MA. There will be several spots that get very little if any rain at all for the next 8 days. I do think it's highly unlikely that anyone won't see at least some measurable rainfall between now and Thursday afternoon. That's a lot of water for only a few days!

The sun may peak itself out behind the clouds on Thursday.

We still have a chance of showers and storms on Thursday, lasting until around 8 PM.

An area of low pressure is forecast to form off of the southeastern coast of the United States on Tuesday.

Storm chances will mainly be at night so shouldn't impact any outdoor activities you may have including your 4th of July plans.

Friday night: Partly cloudy with lows in the 70s. Overnight we'll see decreasing clouds with lows in the 60s to low 70s.

It's also going to be warm and humid today, with highs in the 80s and dew points near 70.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. Very warm and muggy.