Carrie's 4 PM First Alert Forecast

Updated: Jan. 23, 2023 at 11:00 AM CST
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Tonight will be cold with lows in the upper 30s to low 40s. We have issued an Alert Day for our threat of severe weather tomorrow night. There is a Coastal Flood Advisory in effect from 4 PM Tuesday until 3 AM Wednesday. This also during our high tide. Also, there is a high wind watch for Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday morning. Tuesday, we expect an increase in cloud cover through the day. By the evening, our rain chances will increase. The showers will be hit of miss until the main line moves through which is when our severe weather threat will be. We are under an enhanced risk (3 out of 5) for severe storms. Our window for the severe threat will be between 11PM Tuesday night to 6 AM Wednesday morning. Our biggest risk is gusty thunderstorm winds of 58 mph or greater. There is also a risk of hail and quick spin-up tornadoes. The risk for flooding rain is low, but we could see some pockets of heavy downpours. It is possible that some tornado warnings and severe thunderstorm warnings will be issued for the WLOX area tomorrow night, so, be sure to have our WLOX First Alert Weather App so