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Thursday Morning Update

Good Thursday morning everyone, a beautiful day is finally on the way. Partly sunny conditions are expected with highs in the lower 50s; you can't beat that after all the rain we've received lately. This doesn't last long, however, as another flooding and severe weather threat increase this weekend.

•Friday: Showers will overspread the area, mainly after 8-9 am.

•Friday night/Saturday: During this period is when I expect the most torrential rain to fall. Before Sunday morning rolls around, another two to four inches is planned for the area, which would cause additional flooding issues. The National Weather Service should issue another Flood Watch for a majority of our area soon. The latest weather train precipitation map shows you where the most torrential rain is expected.

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As if a flooding threat wasn't enough, we are also still looking at a severe weather threat. The latest Storm Prediction Center outlook this morning shows an upgraded ENHANCED risk for much of our area. This is the third highest risk and would indicate there is a good chance for severe weather Saturday evening. This risk area *could* go higher in later outlooks. All modes of severe weather are possible Saturday evening, including tornadoes, damaging winds, hail, and lightning. Be sure to stay tuned to the latest forecasts for the latest on this potential.

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This risk area *could* go higher in later outlooks.  All modes of severe weather is possible Saturday evening, including tornadoes, damaging winds, hail, and lightning. Be sure to stay tuned to the latest forecasts for the latest on this potential. 

Corey HoukComment