From Meteorologist Clint Boone:
Late Evening Strong to Severe Storms
Wind: SE 5-10
Heavy Rain, Iso. Severe Storms
Wind: SE 10/N
This afternoon will be mostly cloudy with highs in the middle to upper 70s. Strong to severe storms are possible by late evening into the overnight with large hail and wind being the main threats but an isolated tornado or two is not out of the question.
The severe threat will quickly transition to a heavy rain threat as the rain will continue to fall throughout the overnight hours and throughout the day on Saturday. Widespread rainfall amounts of 4-7 inches can be expected with isolated amounts as high as 8-10+ inches possible, especially in SE portions of Green Country.
Significant, dangerous flash flooding is likely.
The rain will taper off Sunday with much cooler temps in the 50s.
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