Isolated severe storms possible today in parts of Alabama

Isolated severe storms possible today in parts of Alabama

Isolated severe storms possible today in parts of Alabama

Then, expect a gradual clearing from west to east as the cold front moves out of our area. However, its will produce a remnant outflow boundary which will serve as a focal point for more scattered thunderstorms Wednesday. Here's what northern MI and southern MI can expect. We're mainly dry into the afternoon with just a few spotty pop-up showers. Timing of the day is most important on these marginal severe weather outbreaks. This will make it feel great outside for a few days to end off the week strong.

As the evening progresses into overnight, the air cools and the storms usually weaken.

And since school gets started in many areas today, forecasters are urging those spending time outside to keep an eye out.

Radar forecast from 10 a.m. Wednesday to 8 a.m. Thursday. The severe thunderstorm warning for Western Massachusetts lasts until 3:30 p.m.

Forecasters there said damaging winds from downbursts will be the main threat with any stronger storms that develop. Additionally, there is a low risk of a tornado Wednesday afternoon and night. Showers will die out during the evening followed by partly cloudy skies and low temperatures near 76 degrees.

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