Severe Weather Threat Looms Friday
A low, but not impossible Severe Weather Threat is imminent for Friday, December 11th, 2020.
Our last Severe Weather Threat, in which DCW was unable to fully cover, was a low threat up until the day of the event. The event left an EF-2 Tornado that tore through areas of Arlington. The tornado left a lot of devastating damage, while it was on the ground for around 8 minutes, according to the NWS.
Here is your full detailed 7-Day Forecast:
Wednesday: Even though the day isn't included in the 7-Day, it is expected to be the pick of the week. Temperatures will sit comfortably in the lower 70s, with sunny skies throughout the day. Very similar to Thursday
Thursday: Sunny start, isolated clouds later in the day. Storms possible around or after midnight. High of 72. Low of 55
Friday: Storms likely before noon. Storms could contain a low risk of damaging winds and very isolated hail. A tornado threat is not completely predictable until tomorrow. High of 68, cold front will force lows into the upper 30s and lower 40s.
Saturday: Some clouds to start the morning, sunny skies expected in the afternoon. High of 52. Low of 32.
Sunday: This day is expected to be the coldest day of the week, with a chance of clouds & sun. High of 48. Low of 28. Be aware of sensitive plants while frost is likely.
Monday: Sunny skies with an isolated cloud or two. High of 53. Low of 38.
Tuesday: Sun & Clouds with a possibility of showers or storms overnight. High of 56. Low of 32. Very low chance of flurries (Unlikely).
Wednesday, December 16th, 2020: Showers/Storms/Sleet possible in the AM hours. Very far out, nothing official to forecast. High of 61. Low of 36.
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