Wayne's Overnight Forecast - April 1, 2014

Plenty of showers & storms on the way for the latter half of the work-week including the potential for heavy rain & severe weather.

OVERNIGHT:  Clouds Increasing.  Cool with a Few Scattered Showers & T’Showers.  Low 45-50.  Sunrise 6:34

WEDNESDAY:  Mostly Cloudy with Scattered Showers & Storms Increasing (Strong Storm Possible More Numerous North of I-64 After Noon).  Mild with a High Around 70.  Winds NE/S 5-15

WED NIGHT:  Mostly Cloudy with Scattered Showers & Storms (Strong Storm Possible), Increasing After Midnight.  Turning Breezy & Warm with a Low Around 60. 

THURSDAY:  Mostly Cloudy with Showers & Storms Diminishing (Severe Storm Possible, Especially Late in the Day).  Windy & Warm with a High in the Mid 70s.  Winds SSW 15-25

Chief Meteorologist Wayne Hart
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