We will be fairly quiet Monday, weather-wise. Our weather pattern will become more active as we head into the overnight hours. Robust southwesterly flow will filter in overnight feeding in deep moisture to our neighborhood with showers and thunderstorms firing up as early as 1 a.m. or 2 a.m. Storms are expected to increase in coverage toward daybreak on Tuesday.

A cold front will be sweeping through the area during the day Tuesday, bringing more energy and activity out ahead of it and the risk of strong to severe storms. The Storm Prediction Center has areas east of the I-95 corridor under the “slight risk” category for marginal severe storms on Tuesday. The SPC has listed wind and hail as the main threats with Tuesday’s weather.

Tuesday SPC RiskWe will be keeping a close eye on things here in the First Warning Weather Center. For the latest updates, as well as watches and warnings, be sure to visit my Facebook page, here.

And you can always follow the #FirstWarning Weather Team on Twitter:
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