The threat of severe storms still lingers for the area for tonight. We are looking at a chance of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon—estimated to be after 3 pm—with a high today in the upper 60s. And, then a 90% chance of showers and thunderstorms for tonight with a low of 45. The National Weather Service in St. Louis says thunderstorms are likely this afternoon and this evening over the region. The main threats will be damaging winds and isolated tornadoes. Also, there will be very windy conditions, with several counties to our north and west being under a Wind Advisory—but not in Fayette County. We are looking at south winds gusting up to 33 miles per hour during the day today and winds shifting to the west tonight and gusting up to 40 miles per hour. Although this could change, the latest weather model puts Fayette County in the “slight risk” for severe storms, which means scattered severe storms are possible. The more severe level on the list, the “enhanced risk” is more to our north and west where that definition says numerous severe storms are possible.