Severe weather threat upgraded to moderate risk

Severe weather threat upgraded to moderate risk

Severe weather threat upgraded to moderate risk

Evening showers and storms will add to previous accumulations, while severe weather risks become confined to certain areas.

Another strong low is moving across the South, and it's bringing another chance for severe weather. Download the WDAM First Alert Weather app today for real-time interactive radar, location-based severe weather alerts and a constantly updated forecast for wherever you are. Right now, the area is under a slight risk for severe weather from the Storm Prediction center. The strongest storms will remain south of I-20.

This being said, expect conditions to deteriorate late this afternoon.

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We don't know where the strongest storms will be yet.

There is a storm system now moving through the Deep South.

A potent low-pressure system has produced areas of heavy rain, gusty winds, and a few storms that created small- to moderate-sized hail. The same system is making progress to the northeast and could make trouble for us on Monday. Late in the afternoon, a line of thunderstorms are set to form in the western part of North Carolina. Ahead of the main line, the potential for super-cell storms is there. This is a day we'll have to watch closely. The National Weather Service says that multiple storm damage survey teams will be sent to several areas Tuesday morning.

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