MEMPHIS, Tenn. — FOX13 Meteorologists have been tracking severe weather to be able to give you the most up-to-date information.
We are now at a level 3/5 risk zone after being downgraded from a level 4.
Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected Tuesday from noon to midnight.
The worst storm threat is expected to take shape after sunset.
Rain showers and a few rumbles of thunder will begin to move in during the late morning Tuesday.
Winds will be breezy, gusting up to 30+mph outside of the storms, with highs near 70°F.
There will be two potential rounds of storms.
The first will include a higher tornado threat with discrete supercells possible.
The biggest threats remain damaging winds and large long-track tornadoes.
Night-time tornadoes with high wind speeds are very dangerous.
The next potential round of storms will include a line of thunderstorms with more of a damaging wind threat.
Be prepared in the event of a Tornado Warning. Have a preparedness kit with your ID, medicine, shoes, and charging devices, and have something to protect your head, such as a bike helmet.
Bring in or tie down any loose objects or holiday decorations.
Cold front crashes through overnight with cool, stable air.
Back to the seasonably cold air Wednesday with highs into the 40s.
Staying dry the rest of the week with highs into the 50s.
Tracking more rain chances by the weekend into next week.
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