Here’s the lowdown on Monday:
- Another rough morning is in the cards with a squall line expected to move through the area. Said squall line may produce damaging wind gusts, hail, and tornadoes — a couple of which may become strong.
- The squall line should be through the area by 11am, according to the latest NWS briefing. This seems reasonable, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it was out of here a lot sooner than that.
- Some overnight severe weather is not out of the cards, but it increasingly appears that the threat for severe weather in the Tri-County area will arrive around sunrise. Still, don’t go to bed without having weather warnings that can wake you.
- Flooding may be a concern, particularly around the 7:12am high tide.
- Once the squall line clears the area, winds will shift northwest and we should see at least some partial breaks in the clouds before the day is over.
I will have a new live blog in the morning.