Two rounds of strong storms possible for local area

WAFB's Jeff Morrow gives the 10 p.m. weather for Monday, November 28.
Published: Nov. 28, 2022 at 4:22 AM CST|Updated: Nov. 28, 2022 at 10:32 PM CST
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BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - The local area is bracing for two potential rounds of strong storms. The first is set to arrive early Tuesday afternoon. A warm front will be lifting north out of the Gulf of Mexico allowing for scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms to develop.

Future sat/radar for Tuesday, November 29.
Future sat/radar for Tuesday, November 29.(WAFB)

One or two storms could become strong to severe with all forms of severe weather (wind, hail, tornado) possible. Pockets of heavy rain will also be possible.

A Slight Risk (2 out of 5) for severe weather has been outlined for the local area Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday morning.

A cold front will move through the local area during the predawn hours Wednesday. This front will trigger a developing line of showers and t-storms. Once again, one or two storms could become strong to severe. Damaging wind will be the main threat.

Future sat/radar for Wednesday, November 30.
Future sat/radar for Wednesday, November 30.(WAFB)
Rainfall amounts through Wednesday, November 30.
Rainfall amounts through Wednesday, November 30.(WAFB)

Showers and storms will come to an end once the front passes which is set to occur prior to sunrise. Temperatures will be falling behind the front and won’t rebound much into Wednesday afternoon. Thursday morning will be cold with lows falling into the upper 30°s. Highs may not even make 60° for the 1st day of December. The cooldown doesn’t last long as a steady warm-up takes place at the end of the week.

10 day forecast as of Monday, November 28.
10 day forecast as of Monday, November 28.(WAFB)

Another storm system and cold front looks to arrive for the middle of next week.

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