Storms Possible Late Monday Into Tuesday

Storms slam US Northeast, snarling transport and causing power outages

Storms slam US Northeast, snarling transport and causing power outages

Around 6:15 p.m. weather service radar showed a possible tornado rotation and forecasters issued a Tornado Warning.

Thunderstorms along with another chance of severe storms are possible Tuesday with the focus shifting across the southern half of the viewing area.

Wind gusts reached 108 miles per hour on the top of Mount Washington during the storm, as a line of thunderstorms passed through the state. Storms are popping west of St. Louis and the likelihood of severe weather will increase Monday afternoon & evening. Chances of showers kick back up late afternoon, but many may not see rain until late Monday night.

We'll wake up to pockets of showers and thunderstorms Tuesday morning.

This time of year, it is always a good idea to have a severe weather plan in place.

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The storms are not expected to be severe, but small hail or briefly gusty winds are possible in the strongest storms, the weather service said.

As we begin to have fewer storms Thursday into Friday the heat and humidity will again become more noticeable.

For Mother's Day on Sunday, expect mostly cloudy skies with the chance for some breaks of sun.

The front moving through tomorrow that will fire up these storms will also have much drier and cooler air behind it.

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