Today could be a stormy day here in the WBKR listening area. In fact, the National Weather Service has upgraded our severe weather chances. Many areas face a MODERATE risk of severe storms and tornadoes cannot be ruled out.
This doesn't happen too often- the threat of severe weather in the middle of the summer. But the National Weather Service says we could see a severe weather outbreak tomorrow. The heart of the tristate faces a SLIGHT risk. The eastern counties our our listening area, including…
I wish I could tell you this was some sort of April Fool's Day prank. However, it's not. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for the tristate and we could see significant snowfall Friday night into Saturday morning.
I only wish I was kidding. A day after we had temperatures in the 70's and an outbreak of severe weather, we are now facing a chance of sleet and snow. Yes, I know it's April. But, get ready! A dose of winter could return in a couple of days.
Spring is getting close and the severe weather season here in the WBKR listening area will be firing up. The National Weather Service has shared an important video that explains what you should do in the event of a tornado warning.
It's going to be a potentially soggy week. The National Weather Service says the WBKR listening area could get two bouts of heavy rain between Monday and next Sunday. Some areas could see over a half foot of rain.