Few Severe Storms Possible Tonight-Early Wednesday MorningMarch 27th, 2012 at 2:35 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
It still looks like a few severe storms will be possible tonight.
Very potent dynamics (associated us being on the southeastern edge of a core of very strong winds at 20,000′) will cross dryline tonight. Plume of 55-60 dew points will also rush northward & tongue edge of these will move up into the area. This will result in modest instability at the surface, but good elevated instability for some storms to feed upon.
Storm mode will be multi-& single-cellular with a tendency for storms to split. Coverage will run 40%. Given this coverage it is conceivable that there will be locations in the viewing that see not a single drop of rain tonight.
A few large hailers are possible with an isolated damaging wind gust. Timing would be in the 11 p.m. -6 a.m. frame for the viewing area.