Today is a First Alert Severe Weather Day due to us watching a system move into the region throughout the day that will bring us some strong to severe storms. Damaging winds and flooding will be our main threats. Our ground is soaked so any storms with high winds that move through can push some trees over pretty easily. You can expect storms during the morning and afternoon.
As we move into tomorrow most of the storms will fade, which will leave us with a small chance of rain. Wednesday and Thursday will be our better chance of staying dry.
Friday and Saturday shows another storm system heading in our direction. This will spark off some more thunderstorms for both days. If you are looking for the day with the best shot I'd say Saturday looks likely for numerous storms.
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