Cover Photo: Ray Skwire
Today we will likely see another round of storms that could bring damaging winds, frequent lightning, small hail, flash flooding and maybe an isolated tornado. I know - it's old news at this point. Here's the Storm Prediction Center's Outlook for our region:
While the worst of the severe weather will be down to our south over portions of North Carolina, we can't rule out a few fast-paced strong storms riding through late afternoon and early evening and THAT is the reason we are in the "slight risk" zone.
The current tornado threat is 0% but I believe there could be a storm or two that could have some rotation within. We will see. Definitely don't want to let your guard down because rotating storms has been a common theme this severe weather season.
High pressure builds in for tomorrow and the weekend and we will finally get a much needed break from the overbearing weather pattern we've been stuck in!