KNOE Tuesday Morning Forecast: Dangerous Heat Continues

with Meteorologist Sheena Martin
Updated: 4 hours ago

A weak cold front has scooted itself south and is now draped over the northeast corner of the ArkLaMiss. While there are no temperature differences expected, this frontal boundary will be the basis for storm activity this afternoon and evening. The SPC has the central and northeastern areas of the region in a Marginal (low: 1/5) risk of severe storms. Any storms that can get organized will be capable of producing wind gusts up to 60 mph. Otherwise, it looks like we will have better storm chances tomorrow and throughout the rest of the week. After tomorrow’s storms, rain-cooled air will help to drop highs from the upper 90s to the upper 80s.

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Updated: 4 hours ago
Headshot of Sheena Martin, KNOE Meteorologist

A weak cold front has scooted itself south and is now draped over the northeast corner of the ArkLaMiss. While there are no temperature differences expected, this frontal boundary will be the basis for storm activity this afternoon and evening. The SPC has the central and northeastern areas of the region in a Marginal (low: 1/5) risk of severe storms. Any storms that can get organized will be capable of producing wind gusts up to 60 mph. Otherwise, it looks like we will have better storm chances tomorrow and throughout the rest of the week. After tomorrow’s storms, rain-cooled air will help to drop highs from the upper 90s to the upper 80s.

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