I just want to add more thing before you all head to bed. You need to keep the weather in the back of your mind again tomorrow. Already, our next batch of storms is developing in Nebraska. This time yesterday, we were seeing our storms tonight develop across western Iowa. These storms can travel hundreds of miles this time of year.
Tomorrow’s storms may pack more of a punch. The Storm Prediction Center has already placed most of TN in the marginal risk for severe storms for Tuesday. Once again, I’ll be tracking them for ya!
Like today’s activity, we may also see storms develop well ahead of the line. Frequent lightning and gusty winds will be the main threat with those storms. The actual line will pose a damaging wind threat with straight-line winds. I’ll monitor that threat as we get into tomorrow and things become more clear.
Pictured below is one of our more reliable models, showing a squall line moving toward TN at 4:00 pm tomorrow. Timing will change, but that gives us a good idea.
You can see the storms on radar now, as well as a severe t-storm watch for those storms, on weatherTAP’s RadarLab over western Nebraska and eastern Wyoming.
You all have a good evening. Our storms have weakened for the evening.
I’ll be tracking it all again tomorrow for ya!