Southeast Severe Chances

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12 May 2019 11:15 AM
SEVERE OUTLOOK
Severe weather continues in the southeast, today. Anything from damaging winds, hail, and tornadoes will all pose a threat. Hail could reach up to an inch in diameter. Winds could range anywhere from 58 mph to 70 mph within some of the storms.   FORECAST
The forecast shows a line of strong storms forming as we head into the afternoon. This band will hold together until around 5 PM this evening. After, the cold front will slide off the coast and much of the rain will clear out. Heavy rain showers will hang around the Florida panhandle throughout the night and into Monday morning.
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