T’Storm OutlookAugust 29th, 2014 at 1:24 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
After some scattered showers/t’showers this morning & overcast skies, skies are now clearing, it is heating up rapidly & scattered t’storms are popping. Dew points are back up into the 70s today after a break yesterday.
These will continue to pop through the afternoon.
Coverage will peak this evening at 40%. An isolated severe wind gust/hail cannot be ruled out.
After this, a break will likely ensue with current disturbance in Missouri popping additional showers & t’storms late tonight-tomorrow morning.
There may then be a another break, followed by the actual surface cold frontal passage between noon & mid-afternoon with a broken line of showers & t’storms.
Sunday looks dry, but periodic t’storms are possible Monday-Friday with temperatures gradually heating up to near 90 by late next week.