Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected to move across the Concho Valley Sunday afternoon, with rain chances between 30 to 40 percent into the evening.
“If storms do develop, there is a chance that one or two of them could be severe,” National Weather Service Meteorologist Patrick McCullouch said.
According to McCullouch the air mass is very unstable and does not change much for the upcoming work week and into the Memorial Day weekend. The primary hazards are very large hail, damaging winds and a few isolated tornadoes.
There may be some isolated storms and some scattered storms each afternoon and evening Monday through Sunday spread across the Concho Valley.
Because it is the end of May and each storm that develop could be severe, it is important that citizens of San Angelo and the Concho Valley stay prepared and watch for later forecasts as the National Weather Service fine-tune the threat.