Today’s Weather Authority Forecast: April 8, 2021

Matthew Crumley Weather

Today: Scattered PM T-Storms. Breezy. Highs in low 80s.

Tonight: Mostly Cloudy. Patchy Fog possible. Mild. Lows in the low 60s.

Friday: T-Storms likely. Locally heavy rainfall possible. Highs in upper 70s.

Big changes are on the way to end out the week! Scattered t-storms late this afternoon-evening. There is a Marginal Risk for isolated strong to severe storms with sporadic damaging winds, locally heavy downpours, possibly small hail, and a very low chance of a brief, isolated tornado. Mild tonight with patchy fog developing. Widespread t-storms expected by Friday afternoon-evening with another chance for strong to severe storms and locally heavy rainfall. The wettest and stormiest day will be on Saturday with a Slight Risk for severe storms and flash flooding. Rainfall totals through Sunday PM could be 2″-3″ + Locally higher totals are possible. Still a chance for scattered showers Sunday until the front passes either late Sunday or early Monday. Warm temperatures into Tuesday before a sharp cool down. Highs could be in the low-mid 70s & lows in the mid-upper 40s by the end of next week.

Stay with your local Weather Authority for updates!



Scattered PM T-Storms. Breezy.

Winds: WSW 10-15 mph

Precipitation chance: 60%





Scattered T-Storms. Mild.

Winds: SSW 5-10 mph

Precipitation chance: 50%