DANIEL MCFARLAND'S EVENING UPDATE
Sunday, May 1st, 2016
24-hour First Alert Forecast 270-467-0373
SEVERE WEATHER ENDS, RAIN CHANCES REMAIN OVERNIGHT:
The severe thunderstorm watch is set to expire at 8pm tonight, but rain and even a couple thunderstorms are still possible overnight into the early morning hours. Lows will be a bit cooler than last night dropping to the mid 50s.
COOLER WEEK AHEAD:
With the passing cold front out of the way Monday morning we can expect much cooler temperatures to take over. Monday through Friday are shaping up to be 10 degrees cooler than last week's highs, only heating up to the lower 70s at best. Lows will cool down to the upper 40s overnight. Isolated rain chances are in play only a couple times during the week.
MUCH WARMER WEEKEND:
With a wind shift Friday, the weekend will be much warmer. Highs on Saturday should reach the upper 70s and on Sunday could be as high as the lower 80s in some places.
Chance of Showers and Thunderstorms...Low 56, winds W-7
Rain Chance 30% - 0.10-0.25" possible
Scattered Rain and Thunderstorms, Cooler...High 73, winds NW-8
Rain Chance 30% - 0.10-0.20" possible
Mostly Cloudy, Isolated Rain...Low 52, winds NW-5
Rain Chance 20% - 0.05-0.15" possible
|Record High||93° (1901)|
|Record Low||30° (1963)|
|24 Hour Precip||0.01"|
|Pollen||6.9 (Mod - Trees)|
|UV Index||8 (Very High)|
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