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Spotty Severe Storms Expected Sunday

3 Jun 2017, 6:15 pm

A few strong to severe storms are still in the forecast to finish out the weekend. Keep a close eye on the weather Sunday around the Great Lakes and Northeast, as well as the northwestern U.S. In these areas, the Storm Prediction Center says there is a “slight risk” of severe storms.

Severe weather outlook for Sunday, June 4, 2017


A “slight risk” is on the lower end of severe risk on the SPC scale. This risk level generally means that short lived and/or not widespread isolated intense storms are possible. Generally the expected risks in those isolated intense storms would include hail, high/damaging winds, and perhaps an isolated tornado.


Risk categories broken down by definition from the Storm Prediction Center


If you live in an area where severe weather is expected, it is smart to have a way to receive storm warnings so you can seek shelter inside as strong storms pass through your area.

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