Marginal Risk for severe weather tonight

Published: Jun. 9, 2020 at 2:38 PM CDT
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - The remnants of Cristobal will continue to track north and we will remain dry through the afternoon but we could began to see another round of showers and storms tonight for many in the Mid-South.

SPC outlook
SPC outlook(SPC outlook)

Some storms could be strong to severe. We are under a marginal risk for severe weather which is the lowest risk level which is category 1 out of 5. The biggest threat will be damaging wind and downpours.

Futurecast(WMC First Alert Weather)

Rain could began to impact eastern Arkansas around midnight.

Futurecast 1 AM
Futurecast 1 AM(WMC First Alert Weather)

Rain and possibly storms will move into the metro after midnight.

Futurecast(WMC First Alert Weather)

Rain and storms will continue eastward overnight and we will dry before sunrise Wednesday morning. Wednesday will be the start of a drier pattern that will persist into the weekend.

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