After what was a pretty nice Sunday, a line of storms moved in from the west last night prompting a few flood warnings. The tornado watch never materialized.
Showers will taper off during the morning hours as showers move to the east.
We may see dry weather through noon. Then look for afternoon storms to develop once again for your Memorial Day. It won't be raining all the time, but there is the potential for some storms to become strong.
The Storm Prediction Center once again places us in the marginal risk for severe weather. Storm chances continue each day.
Tuesday looks to be the wettest day of the week with a dramatic decrease in rain coverage as we get closer to Friday.
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