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MARGINAL RISK OF SEVERE WEATHER POSSIBLE IN COVERAGE AREA

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Overnight tonight (Monday, January 13, 2020) into early tomorrow, the National Weather Service says parts of the 105.7 The Hog coverage area is under a marginal risk of severe weather.

The storms will form from a front straddled across Georgia and the Carolinas. As the front moves closer to us tonight, the threat for thunderstorms rise. Locations primarily impacted should be along and south of I-40 with the greater risk south to the Alabama/Georgia line. These are expected to be scattered storms and not a line of them as we saw this past weekend.

The storms could develop and start to move over the plateau as early as around 1 to 2 a.m. tomorrow morning. according to several radar forecast models.

The main impacts include heavy rainfall, lightning, and small hail. No tornadoes are expected.

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