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After a mostly calm day, we turn our attention to a potent cold front that will be passing through the region later this evening and into Tomorrow morning.
A line of strong to severe storms will develop along this front, first hitting the Northwest part of the state and will drift Southeastward from there. As the line does drift Southeastward, it will lose its intensity to some degree and is the reason why the Storm Prediction Center did not include the Central and Eastern portions of the State in the Slight Risk.
The Storm Prediction Center states that the primary threat with these storms will be damaging winds in excess of 60mph (locally), and cells capable of producing hail. This threat would primarily impact areas in “A” and “B”.
Area A – The Storm Prediction Center has placed this area under a SLIGHT RISK for severe weather. Again main impacts will be primarily damaging winds and hail. The line will pass through this region between 8pm this evening and midnight.
Area B – This area has been placed under a MARGINAL RISK for severe weather by Storm Prediction Center. These areas will be under the gun for the same impacts as stated above, however the chances are a little lower than those areas located in area A. The line will pass through between midnight and 3am.
Area C – It is expected by the time the line of storms reach this region, it will no longer produce severe warned cells, however the potential still does exist for thunderstorms, just not severe criteria. The line will pass through this region between 3am and 7am.
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