Rain, severe storms could trickle into Fourth of July celebrations

Claudine Rigal
Juillet 2, 2017

The remnants of a large complex of storms that impacted the Texas panhandle overnight will shift into eastern Oklahoma today, providing a focal point for showers and storms to develop.

Sunday morning will bring partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the 70s. Highs will reach the upper 80s and 90s.

Depending on how storms play out this afternoon and evening, some additional redevelopment of locally heavy storms is also possible overnight into early Monday morning as an unsettled weather pattern continues. Storms tonight will develop in Nebraska and Colorado and slide southeast into central Kansas after midnight. These will have severe potential with a hail and wind threat. Expect highs around the 90-degree mark, but heat index values could push into the mid-90s in some spots as muggy air remains in place.

Showers and thunderstorms begin approaching West Alabama and although no widespread hazardous weather is expected, strong to briefly severe thunderstorms can not be totally ruled out. Movement of individual storms will be WNW to ESE or W to E, while the line of showers and storms will sink gradually to the south.

West southwest wind around 5 miles per hour. The storms which do occur will pop up during the hottest part of the day and dissipate with the loss of daytime heating. Wind: SE 5-10. High: 91. Showers and thunderstorm chances are a little less certain Monday and Tuesday, but showers and thunderstorms are still possible through Independence Day.

Saturday: High: 91 Low: 72 Partly cloudy, isolated overnight storms.

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