Thunderstorms on tap for Thursday


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    Temperatures continue to head for the upper 50s and low 60s this afternoon with plenty of rain to be ready for.

    A Flood Watch remains in effect for our bay region and northern counties through Friday night due to the snow melting, and the rainfall we get, all adding to the river levels.

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    Rain potential today focuses on our light morning line, a midday break, then our final blast in the afternoon and evening hours.

    Our first afternoon round will help determine if we get our severe weather potential or not.

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    More sunshine and drier conditions will lead to stronger evening storms.

    Rain and cloudy conditions will mean less storm activity at the end.

    If we hold on to the severe weather risk, the highest potential impacts would be wind gusts and flooding from heavy rainfall.

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    The Storm Prediction Center is keeping us in the Marginal risk for most locations meaning that the risk is overall low, but enough to be worth mentioning and to monitor.

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    We will be monitoring the risk as well for damaging wind gusts and flooding all day.

    Stay with the NBC25/FOX66 StormReady weather team for updates all day.

    You can track the storm as well with our radar by CLICKING HERE.

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