Yesterday’s squall line moved through fast and caused considerable damage from downed trees on power lines. The radar estimated winds yesterday were near 75 mph, but at the surface they reached near 60 mph. You can visit more of these video and pictures and e-mail us yours UPLOAD YOU PICTURE AND VIDEO HERE View more storm damage of Tuesday’s storm VIEW STORM PHOTOS HERE
We are on track for another stable day Thursday, with the exception of high cloudiness by late morning.
Our next weather system gets hung up farther north, which will be a stalled front. This will become the track for weak disturbances west to east (zonal flow), which may trigger a passing light shower or two starting Friday and into the weekend.
Sunday-Tuesday Eventually a stronger shortwave west kicks this front south and east but keeps us in a mild and humid air mass. Tuesday there may be a period of heavy showers, then becoming warmer as the system returns north again with more mild and humid air, bringing a few showers and even a few storms.