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we have a cool front sliding into a moderately unstable
The result, was a line of severe t-storms that moved
acros our far southern counties earlier this afternoon.
As we come closer, we can see that line is well to
our south and east.
A secondary line of showers has developed across these
These should slide off to the south and east fairly
quickly this evening as the font moves through.
A severe t-storm watch continues for Crawford and
Richland Counties until 8pm, but if the present trends
hold, this watch may be canceled early.
Temperatures are mainly in the 70s at this hour.
Here is today's almanac.
Look for another pleasant day in the temperature department
as highs warm back into the upper 70s.
As we put the maps into motion, look for a dry day
As we head into tomorrow night, look for a warm front
to approach the area.
This front will produce a chance of showers and t-storms
late tomorrow night.
The front will become stationary across the area wednesday.
as ripples of low pressure work along the front, they
will produce a couple of different rounds of t-storms.
Because the atmosphere will have a lot of moisture
in it, these storms will be heavy rain makers.
On ce again, we could be looking at very heavy rain
totals between Wednesday and Thursday morning, which
could lead to flooding issues.
we'll have to watch this situation closely.
Here is tonight's allery report.
We'll see a clear and quiet night tonight as lows
fall into the lower to middle 50s.
There could be areas of fog late.
Look for sunshine tomorrow as highs warm into the
Showers and t-storms move in late tomorrow night as
lows dip into the lower 60s.
Showers and t-storm will continue wednesday into Thursday
We could see some heavy rain out of these which could
lead to flooding issues, so be sure to be weather
More showeres and t-storms will take us into the weekend.
We'll lower rain chances for the weekend.
Temperatures through the period will hold in the 70s.