Friday, March 14, 2008

More overnight thunder

After a fairly noisy night last night, with thunderstorms rumbling through the Mid-South, a repeat is likely tonight. Another low pressure system will move along a front that is draped across the region, bringing more t'storms after dark, lasting through the night. This system is a little stronger than last night, so there is a little better chance of severe weather with damaging wind and large hail the greatest threats. A few showers may linger into the morning hours, but will depart the area by lunchtime. The next round of weather will also be possible strong to severe t'storms late on Tuesday into early Wednesday. Temperatures this weekend will be seasonally mild with highs in the 60s. 70+ degree weather is expected Monday and Tuesday with windy conditions ahead of the next front as well.

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