There has been a Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued for Hall County until 7:30 p.m. with two-inches of rain possible along with 60 miles per hour wind gusts.
The weather might seem ideal now, but a severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for the region through 11 p.m. Strong to severe thunderstorms could be possible Sunday night, with the primary severe weather threat being large hail.
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is issued when severe thunderstorms are possible in and near the watch area.
A tornado watch means one could occur, while a warning means one is happening or will happen, DiRienzo said. DiRienzo said damaging winds typically affect a wider area than tornadoes. SUMMARY.Some threat for locally damaging wind and marginally severe hail continues across WW 90. Surprisingly, there aren't a lot of severe weather chances - and in fact, the only current risk for severe weather this week happens to be for late Monday afternoon through the evening hours.
Weather radar from AccuWeather showed afternoon storms moving west to east across MA and northern CT, approaching Rhode Island after 5 p.m.
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Strong storms producing hail, heavy rain and gusty winds are moving through the state, prompting tornado warnings and watches for some.
Over the past weekend, storms soaked the metro area and brought in low-lying clouds over downtown.
Also in the evening, there's a 30 percent chance for rain and possibly thunderstorms.
The weather forecast for Wednesday is mostly cloudy, with the chance for rain way down at just 20 percent. We are in a more marginal risk zone for severe storms. Highs in the mid to upper 70s (25 degrees Celsius).