Sunday, July 02, 2006

Round Two?

After yesterday's storms, today was a quiet weather day. However, round two of severe weather may arrive tomorrow. A cold front will move southward across the region tomorrow, and depending on the time it arrives, severe storms may be possible. If the front approaches the area late in the afternoon, as currently forecast, storm chances will be greater, especially if skies are mostly sunny tomorrow. If the front arrives earlier than expected, severe weather will be less likely. Damaging winds and large hail will be the biggest threats if severe storms develop.

There is a small chance that some storms could develop during the night tonight, as a stationary front over Iowa becomes the focus for convective development. While the best chances for stormy weather will remain well to our south, a few storms may make it as far north as southwestern Wisconsin. However, Monday afternoon should be the most favorable time for rain.


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