Calm Before the Storm

Boom! Beautiful clear skies just in time for thousands to get to the airport on time, post-Total Solar Eclipse! Smooth sailing…


In the dew point news, definitely muggy out there. Lower 70s puts us at the top category on our ‘Muggy Meter.’WSMV DMA DEWPOINT STILL1DAPHNE MUGGY METER

Good news, a noticeable drop in humidity by tomorrow! Upper 50s to lower 60s — between comfortable and tolerable. Nice.daphne RPM 4KM DEW POINT

The drop in humidity comes at the cost of increasing clouds, shower and thunderstorms today. They’re already increasing for our northwestern counties… VIDEO VIPIR

See the showers and storms hammering Missouri? That’s a summertime cold front headed our way…DD SATRAD3D Zooms

The Storm Prediction Center has most of the Mid State under a ‘Marginal Risk’ for any storm to reach severe criteria (level 1 out of 5). Damaging winds and localized flooding will be the greatest threats. Areas north, under the yellow color have a better chance for some of the stronger storms under a ‘Slight Risl’ (level out out of 5).DAPHNE SEVERE 2 RISK REGION BOX

If you  have not already, be sure to download our 4WARN WX app, to help keep you ahead of the storm. It will alert you if a severe storm does end up blossoming up. The bright side, it’s FREE! 🙂DT_WSI Digital Devices

Lingering moisture keeps the chance for some showers and storms tomorrow, mainly during the morning. You’ll notice decreasing clouds, far cooler temperatures and lower humidity!


Stay tuned for updates on the latest storm timing on News 4 at noon today!

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