Another round of strong to severe storms made their way thru Fayette County early this morning. The storms finally made their way into Fayette County about 1 am. A severe thunderstorm that the National Weather Service said was capable of producing a tornado led to a Tornado Warning for northwest Fayette County and central Montgomery County during the 1 am hour—but there has been no report of an actual tornado. That warning remained in effect for about a half hour before it was cancelled. There were no other warnings for Fayette County as the strong thunderstorm made it’s way thru bringing heavy rain, lightning, very strong winds and some small hail but the storm did not rise to the level for a severe storm warning to be issued. A tornado watch was in effect from around midnight until 4 am.
Meanwhile, this should being a much calmer weather pattern over the next few days. We are looking at gradually clearing skies today with a high of 57, clear skies tonight with a low of 35 and then sunny skies on Wednesday with a high near 60.