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A warm setup is expected on Monday with an approaching cold front to the northwest. Stronger jet winds, aloft and at the surface, will force storms to develop, some turning severe. With a flattening ridge, we could see a mesoscale convective system (severe cluster of storms) get triggered Monday evening into the overnight. The main threats will be damaging winds, heavy downpours, and perhaps hail. Any severe situation may involved isolated tornadoes. The positive here is Labor Day (daytime hours) will be quiet, warmer than average, and dry. Make sure you have ways of getting weather information on Monday night. Stay tuned!
- Stormteam3: Strong to severe storms possible Monday night
- Stormteam3: Few storms may be strong to severe today
- StormTeam3: Timing out Monday's risk of severe storms
- StormTeam3: Saturday Storms Intensifying
- StormTeam3: Sparse showers this Weekend, storms Monday
- StormTeam3: Marginal chance for severe weather Saturday night
- StormTeam3: A GAME OF TIMING. Severe weather threat for Monday.
- StormTeam3: Tracking rainy weather Monday, severe weather Tuesday
- StormTeam3: Marginal Risk for Severe Weather on Monday
- StormTeam3: Slight Risk of Severe Weather Monday-Tuesday