Things seem to have changed a little and now we have a chance of some more severe weather today. Being in my study block permits me to write a quick update.
The main timing of today’s threat will be between 2 and 8 PM. Storms will be far more isolated to scattered in nature than yesterday – more hit or miss in nature.
Wind shear is a bit weaker than yesterday, but still should be enough for strong to perhaps locally damaging winds.
Lapse rates are about the same with a strong cold pool aloft and good surface heating, which aids storm development and maintenance; also, the cold pool aloft can aid the potential for hail along with decent vertical shear.
Instability is definitely better than yesterday, due to better surface heating and fewer clouds.
Briefly heavy rain and lightning are also expected in any storm.
A potential detracting factor would be lower moisture than yesterday, hampering a storm’s development and progress.
Stay safe, keep an eye to the sky, and stay tuned for updates!