Good Wednesday morning people of WABBLES! I hope everyone has been having a great week so far, but I might be bursting some bubbles with the upcoming severe weather threat tonight.
Before we dive into the storm threat, it is worth mentioning the downright strong winds we will be experiencing throughout the day before storms roll in. The NWS currently has all of WABBLES under a Wind Advisory starting at 9 am for the potential of winds gusting as high as 45-55 mph. This advisory will be in effect until 11 pm tonight.
On top of the howling winds, it will be quite the warm day with highs reaching the upper 70s. With the winds cranking in from the south and if we see a bit of sunshine tomorrow, I wouldn’t be shocked for some areas to reach 80.
currently, the SPC has WABBLES in a Slight Risk (level 2/5) for severe weather. The main threats here are going to be damaging winds and isolated tornadoes within a line of storms.
looking at future radar, we will see quite the mass of a line of storms advance through the region. The time zone for severe weather looks to be in the 6 pm – midnight area.
Thursday will be very uneventful compared to what will be seeing today with the chances for some lingering rain showers in the morning and highs in the upper 50s.
Friday will be largely uneventful as well as high pressure enters the region and dominates the weather pattern. This will result in highs in the lower 50s and mostly clear skies.
That will be it for this blog post folks! Keep it tuned here and to our social media sites for the latest on the storm threat this evening.
Have a blessed day.