Fri, Dec 2:
TGIF! Who is ready for more wind?! We'll be warmer today, but south wind gusts approach 45-50 MPH this afternoon into the overnight. Winds shift out of the northwest after Midnight ushering in another shot of cold air that arrives by Saturday morning.
TUESDAY (11/29) Severe Weather Outlook: A much greater risk for severe storms exists to our south today across portions of Arkansas and Mississippi - still, we find ourselves with a 'marginal risk' (level 1 of 5) across portions of Illinois & Indiana on today's severe weather outlook from the Storm Prediction Center.
What's up with that?
Much of the day will be warm & windy with periods of sunshine and blue skies. A cold front approaches from the west late this evening, and scattered showers and perhaps a few t-storms are expected to develop ahead of it as it quickly moves west.
There is a low risk that a few storms may produce scattered damaging wind gusts over 60 MPH - thus, marginal risk!
The most likely time frame for any windy showers & storms to sweep through is between 6 PM and Midnight.
We turn much colder tomorrow.