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Strong to severe thunderstorms could develop today

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Strong to severe thunderstorms could develop today



happy monday morning to my majestic storm following strong to severe storms moving through northwestern arkansas and the river valley this afternoon and evening. This morning, I call it the calm before the storm. It’s quiet outside. We have an overcast sky, mild temperatures in the afternoon. We will be looking for these temperatures to climb into the upper sixties, low to mid seventies after about one o’clock in the afternoon. This is when some of these strong storms begin to develop. All severe weather modes will be possible, including tornadoes, damaging winds, flooding and even large hail. We are monitoring the system very, very closely. You will also notice that these winds are gaining in intensity. If you have something to do outside today, you’ll want to do it as soon as possible. We start Monday morning with a bit of scattered fog. Keep in mind that if you prepare to go out early in the day, as visibility could be quite poor, temperatures will climb into the 50s and 60s quite quickly with ***good mix of sun and cloud and and as we head into that one hour period these storms are starting to move in and they are really picking up in intensity as we progress through the afternoon and evening. It’s not just in northwest Arkansas, but for the river valley as foggy this morning, mostly overcast, but dry until about 1 a.m., then those storms and widespread heavy rains set in. move in our area. This is going to be *** severe weather day because we are monitoring life threatening weather events with tornadoes that could develop for both the River Valley in Northwest Arkansas. We now have an increased risk of severe weather. That’s *** three out of five risks for all shaded areas in this orange and since yesterday that risk has now moved *** a bit further north even for all shaded areas in this yellow, c is *** slight risk for bad weather. So we all had that risk according to the storm forecasting center. Now, let me explain my hour-by-hour predictions. It’s calm outside this morning, we have overcast skies, temperatures are mild mid-morning, and they still look good. I want to head to that one hour period. This is when these storms begin to move from eastern Oklahoma to western Arkansas in the sixties and seventies. This afternoon, it’s three o’clock in the afternoon, those red shaded cells right there. This is where we could see heavy showers, gusty winds, large hail, this is also where these storms could really turn into tornadoes here. Seven o’clock in the evening after you return home, just at dinner time, this forehead is still strong. He is still moving around our area. It wasn’t until midnight that this threat of severe weather ended. So from one o’clock in the afternoon until midnight tonight. We have the potential for those areas where strong to severe storms today will be *** days where you need to be extra watchful of the weather. Stay close to 40 29. Our entire weather team will be monitoring these storms as they develop. This cold front is moving east of us as we head into our Tuesday morning clear conditions, it’s going to be actually *** beautiful Tuesday temperatures will turn cooler into the 40s and 50s early in the morning then the 50s and 60s in the afternoon with mostly sunny skies. Today’s high temperatures will be hot. That’s what these storms really need to kick in and get pretty intense, 70s and Rogers today and Springdale. Even warmer for the river valley into the mid 70’s, you’ll be tracking these storms all morning from the 40 29. To prepare for the weather.

Strong to severe thunderstorms could develop today

Severe storms are possible in northwest Arkansas and the river valley Monday afternoon and into the evening. Severe to severe storms are expected to develop in the region between 1 p.m. and midnight. Slight risk of bad weather. Most of the area falls under the Improved category.

Severe storms are possible in northwest Arkansas and the River Valley Monday afternoon and evening.

Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected to develop in the area between 1 p.m. and midnight.

The storm forecast center has all of northwest Arkansas and the river valley under increased or slight risk of severe weather. Most of the area falls under the Improved category.

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