There is potential for severe weather again today! The setup is somewhat different. The atmosphere isn’t quite as explosive, but there will be a spark. That was missing on Memorial Day.
The most likely time for storms would be late afternoon until midnight… and maybe a little later.
The Storm Prediction Center says there’s hardly any risk for tornadoes, but a few towns getting gusty wind and large hail is to be expected. SPC is also saying:
A WARM/MOIST/DESTABILIZING AIRMASS IS FORECAST TO BE EVOLVING BY MIDDAY AHEAD OF THE ADVANCING COLD FRONT ACROSS THE NORTHEAST/MIDWEST REGION. AS THE FRONT — AND ASSOCIATED UPPER TROUGH — PROGRESS EWD WITH TIME…SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE FORECAST TO INCREASE WITHIN MULTIPLE BANDS…CROSSING OH AND SHIFTING INTO PA/NY/WRN NEW ENGLAND THROUGH THE AFTERNOON. EVENTUALLY…BANDS OF STORMS SHOULD CROSS THE APPALACHIANS AND MOVE INTO SRN NEW ENGLAND AND THE MID-ATLANTIC REGION.
Tuesday’s trigger is a cold front. It will be much drier once that passes.