High Impact Weather Outlook (4-15-18) 5:30 am

Good Sunday morning…today is a Weather Action Day as a vigorous cold front will slide through the region this afternoon and evening providing the potential for an organized severe weather event…we have important updated information in our slide show highlighting the risks...

 

 

The Storm Prediction Center has introduced an Enhanced Risk (Level 3 of 5) for Severe Weather today for the majority of the FWN coverage area with Slight Risk (Level 2) expanded west through the North Carolina Mountains. Various modes of severe weather are possible today including damaging straight line winds and possible tornadoes along with heavy rainfall…Flash Flood Watches are now in effect for the entire coverage area.

 

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Here is a look at timeline for severe weather according to the latest computer model guidance…

 

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Future Radar 1 pm

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Future Radar 4 pm

 

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Future Radar 8 pm

 

Remain Weather Aware throughout the day as conditions may change by the hour. Have multiple ways of receiving your weather information and if severe weather were to strike your neighborhood have a plan of action in place and ready to be used.

 

Daniel Crawley ; @SoApps1979

Foothills Weather Network