Isolated Strong Storms Possible Tuesday – Stay Weather Aware!
Stay Weather Aware on Tuesday as a Cold Front Brings the Potential For Isolated Strong Storms
A cold front is going to meet an upper-level low pressure and bring not only rain to the Carolinas but an isolated risk for strong to severe storms as well.
Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has issued a Marginal Risk (level 1 of 5) for strong to severe storms on Tuesday for areas southeast of I-85. All modes of severe weather are possible, but isolated minor flooding, damaging winds, and a brief tornado will be the primary threats.
TIMING: The squall line (line of thunderstorms) is expected to punch across the WCCB area Tuesday afternoon into early evening – this is the line that will bring us the risk for severe weather. The upper-level low will move over the Charlotte area through the second half of the day on Tuesday which will bring numerous showers through Tuesday evening.
THREATS: Minor isolated flash flooding, damaging wind, and a brief tornado all possible.
Be sure you stay weather aware through the day on Tuesday and have at least two ways to receives warnings.
After the Cold Front – Winds will shift, dry air and cooler temperatures will build in. Expect sunny skies Thursday and Friday with high temperatures in the 60s and 70s with low temperatures in the 40s and 50s. Mountains will likely see low temperatures bottom out in the 30s and 40s late week through the weekend.