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Updated T-Storm Outlook


More records fall today as highs make it into the mid-upper 80s.  Hello summer, well technically spring I guess.


Seeing all of the blooms outside makes me want to sneeze.  Seeing the pollen count this high makes me want to sneeze as well.  What we will need is a good soaking rain to clean things out and we should get that on Friday.  A potent upper level low will slowly advance in bringing the trigger to get widespread rain and storms popping.


Look for a few storms late Thursday, with widespread action on Friday.  Locally heavy downpours could add up to an inch or two with the storms as they move by.  If you catch a few storms don't rule out amounts over 2 inches in spots.


In terms of severe weather...we might have a slight risk kind of set up, but at this point I don't see anything that would suggest a severe weather outbreak.  This looks similar to what we saw late last week when we had a few severe t-storm warnings.  We will know more as we get closer.   - Jude Redfield   Check me out on facebook for more frequent weather updates  http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Jude-Redfield/205025729516267


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How is Saturday looking so far?

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