It has been months since the Pine Belt has been placed under a "Slight Risk" for severe weather by the Storm Prediction Center, (spc.noaa.gov) but this Tuesday we will need to have our guard up. With growing instability in the atmosphere and an approaching cold front, the Pine Belt may potentially see strong winds, thunderstorms, and a chance for tornadoes.
Our in house model suggest that the squall line will pass over the Pine Belt between 10:00pm Tuesday and 3:00am Wednesday. However, it is very possible that we may see some super cells develop in front of the squall line earlier Tuesday.
We are monitoring the situation in the 7 on Your Side Weather Center, stay tuned for more information.