Over the next several days, rounds of thunderstorms will cause quite an inconvenience to our normal routine. This unsettled pattern is likely to stick around through the weekend and early next week.
Not only will rounds of heavy rain roll in, but several thunderstorms that could turn severe. Just a couple of storms could generate small hail, frequent lightning, and wind gusts in excess of 40-50 mph. At this time, the threat for tornadoes is extremely low.
Keep an eye on the radar at wkrn.com/radar.
Here is what we can expect later today and through the next several days.
TODAY: A few rounds of storms with dry periods between the wet weather. More storms crop up in the afternoon and a few in the evening. We turn dry overnight.
FRIDAY: Additional scattered storms from morning until the evening. Some could turn severe.
WEEKEND – TUESDAY: This unsettled weather pattern continues with off and on rainfall with storms mixed in at any time. Highest threat will be each afternoon.
Check the latest forecast at wkrn.com/forecast.
With so many storms lined up, rain totals will accumulate on the order of 1-2 inches widespread. However, isolated pockets could see as much as 3-4 inches of rain. This is where the potential of flooding could come around.
Stay up to date with the latest weather advisories at wkrn.com/alerts.
Though this will be a prolonged period of wet weather, there is a very bright light at the end of the tunnel. A front is expected to swing through Tuesday. That will lower humidity, drop temperatures, and bring out the sun next Wednesday and beyond. The weather following the front will be great.