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Severe storm risk today

Severe thunderstorms possible this afternoon and evening. The risk exists on the Northshore this afternoon and early tonight and on the South Shore during the evening hours. The main threat is damaging wind. Winds over 58 mph are possible, so secure loose items outdoors. There is also a threat of large hail to our entire area. Cars and breakable items outdoors should be placed indoors, if possible. There is a low risk of upturned tornadoes. While the threat is low, it’s not zero, and tornadoes forming today would form quickly with little warning. Make sure you have a way to get to safety quickly today, in case a tornado warning is issued in your area. There is also a low risk of flash flooding. Thunderstorms are showing up this morning, but they are not severe. The risk of severe weather comes as a “Mesoscale Convective System” moves into our area, which is currently in Oklahoma and Arkansas this morning, but is headed our way. Those are the storms that have a high chance of producing damaging winds, but could also contain large hail or a spinning tornado. Severe storms will move from north to south, reaching the Northshore around 3 pm and moving out of our coastal areas. around 8 pm. There is a chance of rain tomorrow, but the storms are not expected to be severe. There is only a 30% chance of rain on Saturday and a 20% chance on Sunday.

Severe thunderstorms possible this afternoon and evening. The risk exists on the Northshore this afternoon and early tonight and on the South Shore during the evening hours.

The main threat is damaging wind. Winds over 58 mph are possible, so secure loose items outdoors.

There is also the threat of large hail to our entire area. Cars and breakable items outdoors should be placed indoors, if possible.

There is a low risk of spinning tornadoes. While the threat is low, it’s not zero, and tornadoes forming today would form quickly with little warning. Make sure you have a way to get to safety quickly today, in case a tornado warning is issued in your area.

There is also a low risk of flash flooding.

Storms are showing up this morning, but they are not severe. The risk of severe weather comes as a “Mesoscale Convective System” moves into our area, which is currently in Oklahoma and Arkansas this morning, but is headed our way. Those are the storms that have a high chance of producing damaging winds, but could also contain large hail or a spinning tornado.

Severe storms will move from north to south, reaching the Northshore around 3 p.m. and leaving our coastal areas around 8 p.m.

There is a chance of rain tomorrow, but the storms are not expected to be severe. There is only a 30% chance of rain on Saturday and a 20% chance on Sunday.

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