- Storm chances will be sticking around through most of the week
- Temperatures stay on the warm/mild side despite the rain
- Keeping your umbrella handy through the week would be a good idea
The weekend was great with lots of sunshine and pleasant temperatures but things are changing for the week again. With all the storms this week, flooding will be a concern because of the timing of the storms and the fact that the storms will move over the same areas.
A very soggy and stormy day. Tuesday will be the day with the highest severe weather chances. Although there will be storms throughout the day, the chance for the strongest storms will be in the afternoon and evening into the overnight hours.
All forms of severe weather will be possible with these storms.
What the FOX23 Severe Weather Team will be keeping a very close eye on is the exact timing and location of these storms. Nearly all of Green Country has the chance for severe weather. There will be multiple rounds of showers and storms moving through that will make for a busy day.
Going into the middle part of the week, storms will continue. Keeping your rain boots and umbrellas around will be a great idea.
The chance of severe weather will be lower than on Tuesday but still possible to have some stronger to severe storms rolling through.
Temperatures cool down behind a front but that won't keep the rain chances at bay. Instead, they stick around through the day.
More showers and storms to end the work week, but the chances finally start to decrease some. The chance of anything turning severe is low at this point. Temperatures will stay in the 70s.
A mixture of some dry weather and some storms will be around for the weekend. Temperatures will be allowed to warm up some (from the mid-70s to near 80-degrees). Saturday looks like the best time to get outside chores done with a minimal chance of rain, just make sure you get it done before Sunday when more widespread rain chances return to the area.
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