After a weekend of severe weather across the state more is on the way.
Jim Meyer, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Valley says after last year’s drought we may be out of practice when it comes to dealing with severe weather. He says May and June are the most active months to experience severe weather and the pattern we are in right now is promising just that.
Meyer says an east-west frontal boundary is stalled across the central part of the country and that is why we are experiencing a good round of severe weather. While we are getting a break from rain this afternoon more severe weather is expected to start tonight and continue for the next few days. He says some of them will be severe so expect hail, strong winds and there likely be the threat of tornados as the week progresses.