Weather Roller Coaster in store next 7 -10 days. Chance of Severe seems possible Tuesday with a big cool down possible mid next week.
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The weather will definitely go through some Spring Time swings the next several days! We will warm up nicely until Tuesday. Based on the Tropical moisture feed from Hurricane Lane and such a cool air mass behind the front, I am expecting Tuesday or Wednesday to potentially bring some heavy rains and possible severe. I will be unable to update or even send an alert on the potential so I will very early Alert today!
Wednesday and Thursday could feature a very cool air mass but things will rebound starting next weekend!
Tropics: Tropics remain active, but the US looks to be safe from storms fro now. See the latest info in the Tropical Center .
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