A few strong storms possible late Wednesday night

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A handful of storms that develop tonight may grow severe within the red area (Image: WHNT News 19)

A handful of storms that develop tonight may grow severe within the red area (Image: WHNT News 19)

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – A busy weather pattern continues as we round out 2016.

Our next chance of rain and thunderstorms arrives late Wednesday afternoon and continues through around 3 a.m. Thursday.

The Storm Prediction Center has outlined much of the Tennessee Valley in the ‘marginal’ risk of severe storms for this time period. A ‘marginal’ risk means isolated severe storms will be possible, and the storms will be very limited in duration, coverage and intensity.

Should the National Weather Service decide a warning is needed, make sure you have resources to get that information.

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Any rain or storms should be long gone by 7 a.m. Thursday. Tomorrow will be a much cooler day with brisk northwest winds between 12 and 22 miles per hour. Gusts over 25 miles per hour are possible on the ridgetops.