Severe Chances for the Southeast on Saturday

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20 Jul 2018 8:40 PM
The severe weather chances will be shifting to the Southeast on Saturday.  We are still looking at all modes of severe weather with damaging winds and large hail as the primary weather risks.

Severe Outlook (Saturday)

A large portion of the Southeast is under a Slight risk of severe weather with the risk of scattered severe storms in the forecast.  Some large cities will likely be impacted by strong to severe storms Saturday afternoon and evening.

Forecast

An area of low pressure and an associated cold front should sweep through the Southeast by Saturday afternoon.  Very warm and unstable air will be sitting out ahead of this front and there should be enough fuel and energy available for scattered severe storms. There will also be the potential for some very heavy rain in the Southeast, especially for parts of Florida and the Carolina coasts. Stay tuned to WeatherNation for more updates on Saturday's severe weather risk.    
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