Tropical Storm Cristobal Could Carry Severe Weather Threat to Tristate Tuesday [Forecast]
Tropical Storm Cristobal, which threatened the Gulf Coast over the weekend, will continue moving north the next couple of days. Tomorrow, it will bring some hefty winds and an isolated threat of severe weather to the tristate.
From the National Weather Service:
A Flash Flood Watch continues Tuesday for poIsolated strong to severe storms will be possible Tuesday. The primary hazards will be a brief weak tornado or two, and strong wind gusts in relation to the remnants of Tropical Storm Cristobal. Strong storms may move across the region Tuesday evening and night with a cold front as well, if enough moisture remains in place. South, southwest gradient winds may gusts 30 to 40 mph at times Tuesday. Conditions on area lakes will be hazardous throughout the day Tuesday due to the gradient wind, as well as the chance of storms.
Take my advice! Take your patio umbrellas down. Yesterday morning, when there was barely any wind, my took flight like Mary Poppins and flew across the deck into my French doors.
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