A few strong storms possible tonight

Marginal risk for severe weather for the entire Mid-South
Marginal risk for severe weather for the entire Mid-South(Storm Prediction Center)
Updated: Mar. 29, 2021 at 2:01 PM CDT
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - The Storm Prediction Center has placed the entire Mid-South in a MARGINAL Risk of severe weather (category 1 out of 5) for tonight. This means a few storms will be capable of producing hail and high wind. This threat is very low.

SPC Low Severe Weather Risk
SPC Low Severe Weather Risk(Storm Prediction Center)

WHEN: This evening periods of off and on showers with a few heavy pockets of rain. Tonight a cold front will move across the area through tomorrow morning. Expect rain along with thunder as a cold front moves through. A few storms could be strong and possibly severe but the severe threat is low. However, a storm or two could produce hail or high wind along with heavy rain.

Futurecast at Midnight
Futurecast at Midnight(Futurecast Midnight)

A few scattered showers and possibly a storm through the morning hours. The rain will taper off by 3 PM but clouds may linger.

9 am futurecast
9 am futurecast(WMC)

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