After a pretty calm Father's Day, our chances for strong storms are again on the rise as another cold front will approach the area from the northwest during the day on Monday.
The Storm Prediction Center has placed our area under another "Enhanced Risk" which includes the threat of numerous severe thunderstorms containing large hail, damaging winds, isolated tornadoes, and very heavy rainfall.
Right now it appears strong storms may approach from the northwest by early afternoon and pose a risk of damaging winds and heavy rainfall. Another possibility is a storm complex to our northwest fading out during the late morning hours, and then new thunderstorm development taking place later in the afternoon off to our immediate west, and then moving through during the late afternoon and evening hours. You'll want to stay weather aware throughout the day tomorrow as conditions can change rapidly as the storms develop and move through the area. Be prepared to seek shelter in a sturdy structure if required. We'll have a video update Monday morning with the latest information.