Thursday Morning, May 26, 2022
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Strong To Severe Storms Thursday

NOAA Forecasting Above-Average Hurricane Season

A strong cold moves through the region for your Thursday. Stay alert to changing weather conditions as storms will be capable of heavy rainfall, strong wind gusts and possible hail. The tornado threat is low but not zero.

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Additional storms will try to fire up ahead of a cold front that will push through during the afternoon. All severe hazards as the morning round will be possible with the afternoon round. Heavy rainfall could lead to ponding and localized flooding. An additional one to two inches of rain will be possible.

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