New Year’s Day
After starting the weekend with some isolated rain showers, we will end it pleasant. Temperatures are New Year’s Day will remain above average for this time of year! Temperatures are forecast to warm into the upper 60s and low 70s! Along with the mild temperatures, we will enjoy plenty of sunshine. You should get out and take advantage of the unseasonably warm temperatures this afternoon before the rain arrives for the workweek.
Rain Returns With A Chance For Severe Storms
After a brief break on Sunday, another round of showers and storms sets up for the first part of the week. On Monday showers and even a few storms will return to the area late in the day. While a few showers will be possible during the afternoon hours, the best chance for rain and a few thunderstorms will come later in the evening.
On Tuesday a frontal system will set up to our west and move through during the day. This will bring storms through during the day on Tuesday and have them push out during the afternoon and evening.
The Storm Prediction Center has highlighted our area for the threat of severe weather. For now, the greatest threats from storms on Tuesday will be damaging winds and small hail. Click here for the latest from the Weather Authority.