It will be windy and stormy on Wednesday, April 5. Highs will climb into the 70s and a few rounds of storms are possible.
The severe threat window is rather wide, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the timeframe around 1 p.m being the most likely time of concern. All threats are possible, damaging wind, hail and tornadoes.
Storms are not, it will be windy. Non-storm wind gusts will top 45 m.p.h. on Wednesday afternoon.
Storms before noon, could influence how storms develop in the afternoon. A hopeful situation is storm energy is dispersed and not built into a higher afternoon climax, with stronger storms as the cold front moves through the area. The weather the rest of the week is fair, through Ester Sunday.
Wednesday’s Severe Storm Timeline ⛈️🌪️
There is a wide timeframe: 9:00a to 5:00p, Multiple rounds of storms and threats are possible. This chart shows that threat window, and the likely peak of all threats around 1:00p.
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Your ABC 57 First Warning Neighborhood Weather Center Forecast:
Wednesday: Thunderstorms with some possibly strong-to-severe. Windy. High 72.
Thursday: Sunny. High 50.
Friday: Sunny. High 54.