For the most up to date information regarding storms on Tuesday and Tuesday night.

Tonight: Clouds will build out ahead of our next storm system. Areas of fog possible. Temperatures may warm overnight. Morning temperatures in the 60s for most. 

Tuesday: We will need to monitor for strong to severe storms Tuesday and Tuesday night. One round of isolated to scattered storms may develop late in the morning through the early evening – This first round would have a higher risk for tornadoes. The second round would come late Tuesday night and overnight ahead of a cold front – this round would have a greater wind risk. The greatest chance for severe weather (for our area) would be along and north of the I-10/I-12 corridor.

Important takeaways:

• There is the potential that storms do not materialize.
• Severe storms are not a guarantee.
• This is not a widespread risk.
• Most areas will not see severe storms.
• Some areas may not see much rain

All in all, be sure to stay weather aware! The cold front should clear by the morning.  

Wednesday: Morning temperatures would likely be in the 70s before falling into the 60s later in the day. Winds will be strong and will usher in cooler and drier air. Overnight temperatures will be in the 30s.  

Thursday: Sunny and nice but it will be quite cool. Highs near 60 degrees. Overnight in the 30s and 40s.  

Friday – Monday: Warming up each day and mornings will get milder. A couple of showers Saturday, but most stay dry.