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Severe Storms Possible Monday

By · May 23, 2011 at 6:58 am

Keep a close eye on the radar today.  It won’t be a washout, but basically like Sunday, a pop up shower or thunderstorm is possible at any time.  The best time for activity will be this afternoon and evening.  Some storms may be strong to severe with damaging wind and hail the primary threats.  An isolated tornado cannot be ruled out, but hail and wind look to be the biggest concerns right now.

Highs today will reach the low 80s with gusts out of the SW up to 30 mph.

Overnight, temps drop to the mid 60s, and we will once again be tracking showers and thunderstorms.

Tuesday, isolated severe storms cannot be ruled out as highs hit the mid 70s.

At this time, Wednesday, the entire state is once again under a slight risk for severe storms, so we will be nailing down the primary threats as we get closer to those storms developing.  Highs look to hit the 80s again.

Rain chances stick with us through Saturday with temps dropping into the 70s.

For now, Sunday looks dry, but with a weather system close, that could change.  We’ll keep you posted!

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I spotted a massive funnel over heartland crossing in Mooresville about 10 minutes ago. Me and my mom recorded it. It had almost enough rotation to touch down. We kept an eye on it into it passed over towards decatur area. Then it started to dissipate. Hopefully it settles down a little. Yesterday we had hail. Seen one piece of hail the size of a softball. Hope the weather gets better. Right now it sipped raining but its extremely windy.

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