Strong to severe storms possible

The first will roll in in early Sunday morning mainly west of I-65.

After getting battered by a storm on Tuesday, the area looks like it could be facing round 2 of storms.

The severe storm prediction center (SPC) has placed most of CT in a "Slight" risk of severe weather.

Saturday may be the wetter of the two days during the afternoon.

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More storms are expected to develop across SE Kansas and Missouri this evening, and then move our way for late tonight. A few storms may linger into Monday morning east of the lakes.

Even more generate during the evening and into the night. Still some uncertainty with respect to this forecast.

While the storms are not expected to be widespread or severe, there is always a possibility that some will be stronger than others. An enhanced risk in western CT means there is a higher threat for storms to become severe. We will be working out some of these finer details with the next couple of model runs. At this time, the threat for tornadoes is very low to near zero.

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