First To Know WeatherWeather News

Actions

Isolated late-night local storms; limited severe chances

Saturday severe weather risk (04/29/2023)
What You Need to Know about Sunday morning's storms (posted 04/29/2023)
Posted at 11:49 AM, Apr 28, 2023
and last updated 2023-04-30 00:16:37-04
First To Know: Sunday morning severe weather forecast (04/30/2023)

The unsettled weather pattern the First to Know Weather team alerted you to late last week concludes early Sunday morning with isolated, spotty thunderstorms and showers before dawn.

This second round of storm's severe chances has diminished considerably compared to Saturday afternoon's storm system. Nonetheless, a couple of those storms can contain briefly gusty wind, an isolated tornado, and quick-moving heavy rain.

Although the Sunday morning severe weather chances are low, nighttime is a dangerous time for any sort of severe weather to move through, since most of us will be asleep and not paying attention to alerts.

The afternoon hours Sunday feature a clearing trend, breezy west winds, and the arrival of dry air, which will set up a more stable, cool-for-May pattern to begin the work week ahead.

Make sure you are aware of the changing weather conditions, especially as they pertain to your morning routine. We will keep you up-to-date on air and online during these times.

Make sure you have your alerts on and are ready to take action.

If a Severe Thunderstorm Warning or Tornado Warning is issued for your area, take cover in a building with foundation in an interior room or a room with no windows.