Timing: A line of storms will move from west to east through our area after dark through the overnight hours. Storms will be east of I-55 by 1 AM or 2 AM or so.

Threats: The overall risk for organized severe weather over our area remain low, but non-zero. Damaging winds are the main concern, but a tornado will be possible. Some storms may produce hail, as well.

Thursday will be dry and cooler. Clouds return on Friday and this weekend is expected to be cool, soggy, and dreary. For more, check out our weather page.

How to Prepare

Be sure to multiple ways to receive weather alerts and stay tuned to updated forecasts during the day. Severe storms are possible after dark, so make sure your phone is unmuted, charged, and turned on for WEA notifications.

Have a plan and a safe place to go to if a warning is issued for your location. Find a lower-level, interior room away from windows. Secure outdoor furniture and decor beforehand.

You can always check out the Interactive Radar here.

For the latest forecast information, check out our weather page!

Remember that you can download our weather app. It’s available to download now in the App Store and Google Play. Just search for “BR Proud Weather”.

Be sure to follow the StormTracker Weather Team:

Chief Meteorologist Ashley Ruiz – Twitter | Facebook

Meteorologist Jay Martin – Twitter | Facebook

Meteorologist Brandon Lashbrook – Twitter | Facebook