Weather Alert Day for Monday

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SUNDAY 6PM UPDATE: 

Monday will be a Weather Alert Day!! A good chunck of our inland locations have now been included in the “slight” risk for isolated severe weather. This is Level 2 out of 5 on the scale.

The main threat looks to be damaging straight line winds, hail, heavy rain and an isolated tornado can’t be ruled out. A slow moving storm system will move through Monday and Tuesday with showers and thunderstorms. A Weather Alert Day has been issued for inland locations on Monday as the potential for severe weather will be in place. Most of the day Monday will be dry and very warm with highs in the low 80s inland to the upper 70s at the coast. This heating will allow for the atmosphere to become unstable as scattered showers and storms develop.

Timing looks between 3pm and 6pm west of I-95 and where it looks to be the best place for any severe weather. Then moving east of I-95 from 6pm to midnight.

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A slow moving storm system will move through Monday and Tuesday with showers and thunderstorms. A Weather Alert Day has been issued for inland locations on Monday as the potential for severe weather will be in place. Most of the day Monday will be dry and very warm with highs in the low 80s inland to the upper 70s at the coast. This heating will allow for the atmosphere to become unstable as scattered showers and storms develop.

As of Sunday morning,the main threat looks to stay west of I-95. Storms will be scattered about inland from 4pm to 8pm. An isolated damaging wind gust, isolated tornadoes and large hail can’t be ruled out. A cold front will push through Tuesday clearing us out for Wednesday, however staying warm the rest of the week.  

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