T-storm chances return late Sunday
Some could be strong to possibly severe
JOPLIN, Mo. — As we work into Sunday, we’ll have things staying dry for the morning and most of the afternoon. However, another wave and cold front will work in by late afternoon and into the evening. Since this cold front will be working with a stronger upper level wave, some more moisture at the surface, slightly better wind shear and some instability, the Storm Prediction Center has introduced a marginal risk for some severe weather. It does include our area and extends south through Oklahoma and Arkansas down into northern Texas. While this doesn’t look like a classic severe weather setup for us, we can’t rule out some strong to possibly severe t-storms with wind and hail being the main issues. Elsewhere, a marginal risk is outlined for the North Carolina coast due to eventual Tropical Storm Nestor working northeast. The coast will have a chance for high winds and some tornadoes with the strongest t-storms during the day.
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