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Weather Authority Alert Day issued for potential severe thunderstorms Sunday, Memorial Day

10 News is issuing a Weather Authority Alert Day due to severe thunderstorm potential Sunday and Memorial Day.

Severe weather potential according to the Storm Prediction Center Sunday and Monday.

Severe weather potential according to the Storm Prediction Center Sunday and Monday.

You need to know that it will not be wet the entire time each day, but it’s important to have ways to get weather information.

That’s especially the case on a holiday weekend full of grilling, rowing, swimming, boating, etc.

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Storms Sunday afternoon will start as isolated after 1 or 2 p.m., solely from the heat and humidity of the day.

A cluster of storms, however, will likely move from west to east late in the afternoon into the evening.

FutureTracker: 6 p.m. Sunday

FutureTracker: 6 p.m. Sunday

Beyond sunset, the potential for severe weather goes down Sunday.

A weakening cluster of showers and storms will move through Monday morning.

FutureTracker: 10 a.m. Monday

FutureTracker: 10 a.m. Monday

The atmosphere will likely recover into the afternoon and evening, allowing another line/broken line of storms to enter from the west along a cold front.

This would happen likely after 5 p.m. Memorial Day.

FutureTracker: 5 p.m. Monday

FutureTracker: 5 p.m. Monday

It would move east of the 10 News viewing area likely after 10 p.m.

FutureTracker: 8 p.m. Monday

FutureTracker: 8 p.m. Monday

While we don’t expect every single town, city, county, etc. to get severe weather, any storms that are stronger will have the ability to produce localized wind damage, hail or brief flooding.

Threats with any potentially stronger storms Sunday and Monday.

Threats with any potentially stronger storms Sunday and Monday.


Source: WSLS News 10

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