After a beautiful Sunday, we will see clouds and then storms track into the KWWL viewing area tonight.
Winds will pick up for Memorial Day. A warm front will still be around the state. If it moves farther north than expected, your highs may go up.
Thunderstorms will track through Monday morning and again in the afternoon.
Some of the morning storms could be strong. The afternoon storms have the best potential for severe weather. Damaging wind, large hail, and even tornadoes are possible.
Another round of storms will bring the potential for severe weather on Tuesday. They may be more scattered, but they also have the potential for damaging wind, large hail, and tornadoes.
Heavy rainfall will be likely. We could get up to 2″ of rain in the next 24 hours….
… and up to 5″ over the next five days.
This will lead to rises on area rivers. Click here for the latest river levels and forecast crests.