More heavy downpours, few strong storms Thursday

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Scattered heavy storms started developing before midday, and they will behave a lot like those on Wednesday: locally-heavy rain (1/2″ to as much as 2″), some small hail, and a few brief but strong wind gusts over 50 MPH. Storms will rumble through the evening and gradually thin out between 9 PM and midnight.

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Severe weather is not expected, but one or two storms could be rough. The greater risk of any severe weather is east of the Tennessee Valley on Thursday. Whether it’s severe or just heavy, these scattered storms can be disruptive to your day. Keep track of them with us!

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