Marginal Risk of Severe Weather In The Tri State Today [FORECAST]
The Storm Prediction Center has placed the entire WBKR listening area under a marginal risk of severe weather Wednesday and Thursday. Here's what's possible and when.
Here's the forecast from the National Weather Service:
Showers and thunderstorms will increase their coverage today and
tonight. This will include a marginal risk of severe storms and a
marginal risk of locally heavy rainfall causing flooding. If a
strong or severe storm occurs, damaging wind is the main hazard.
Otherwise heavy rain is the primary anticipated storm hazard.
Lightning is also a storm hazard.
A marginal risk of severe storms is possible again Thursday and
Thursday night, and locally heavy rainfall will increase the risk
for localized flooding from marginal Thursday to slight on
Friday. Damaging wind is the main storm hazard should a strong or
severe storm occur, while locally heavy rainfall is the primary
storm hazard. Lightning will also be a storm hazard, as storm
chances continue almost daily.