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The NWS Storm Prediction Center has labeled much of Western and Central PA in a Slight Risk Sunday. With the ground already saturated throughout much of the western part of the state, the flash flooding risk will be particularly high. Even pop-up, non-severe storms may cause flooding in flood-prone regions.

MAP: SEVERE THUNDERSTORM RISK ON SUNDAY

Area A – Locations included in this region are under a Slight Risk. This means scattered severe thunderstorms are expected.

Area B – Locations included in this region are under a Marginal Risk. This means isolated severe thunderstorms are expected, and mainly short-lived.

The greatest risk Sunday will be flash flooding, followed by damaging winds. There is a low-moderate hail risk, and a low tornado risk.

Strong storms will form in Western and Central PA Sunday Afternoon. A line of strong to severe storms will be possible in Western PA in the late evening.

If you approach a flooded roadway, turn around. It only takes 6″ to disable most passenger cars. We will be posting all alerts on our facebook page  >> Click Here to Like PA Weather Action on facebook! Warn your friends and family by sharing this article using the icons below, stay safe!