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Numerous storms tomorrow. Heavy rainfall possible!

More scattered areas of heavy rainfall for our area today, especially for areas west of 64 and north of 71.  

Radar estimates place as much as three inches of rain just south of Madison in northern Trimble County from slow moving storms that developed this afternoon.  

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The system responsible for today's rain was a large area of upper low pressure centered just to the west of our area.  


This low will move little over the next few days and will result in more locally heavy rainfall!

Let's time it out with AdvanceTrak...

AT is showing most of the area dry out the door, but a few showers can't be ruled out.


Showers and storms develop quickly as we head into the afternoon.


Thunderstorms become numerous for our central and northern counties by late afternoon.


There will be the potential for some very heavy rainfall once again.  Minor flooding is possible!

Looking ahead towards Independence Day, we will still see a chance of showers and storms, but it does NOT look like a washout.  

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Jude will have a full update first thing on WDRB in the Morning.


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