Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Severe Storms Possible, WED, In the Heartland
Additional storm development is expected to begin to redevelop in the morning hours across eastern Minnesota and these will then spread eastward through Wisconsin and into Michigan. They will likely intensify as the afternoon wears on and this will provide for the potential for severe storms, especially across southeastern Wisconsin into lower Michigan.
A second round of storms is expected to develop in the afternoon around the Quad Cities and spread through Illinois and into Indiana. These to will have the potential of becoming severe with gusty winds and hail the primary threats.
For Thursday, the storms of Wednesday will dissipate through the late evening hours but that will set up boundaries for new development Thursday afternoon across Ohio and Kentucky. Since the main upper level energy will remain across the Upper Midwest, the threat for widespread severe weather is extremely low. However, a few isolated severe storms could still occur.
A return of more active weather and additional severe storms is likely on Friday across the Mid-Mississippi Valley including Missouri.
Remember to keep your family safe from any severe weather and have Weather Call ready to notify you of any warnings that will affect YOU!