Thursday, July 4, 2013

Happy 4th of July!

Have fun and stay safe!

Overall, there are no major severe weather threats across the nation today, but a few storms may produce gusty winds and small hail in a belt from the central Gulf Coast through New England this afternoon and evening, as well as over New Mexico and Montana.

The primary concern today will be that of locally heavy rainfall in the Deep South, Southeast and Tennessee valley region, some of which could produce flash flooding, especially within the purple and blue shaded areas on the rainfall forecast map below:

If you're worried that bad weather may impact your outdoor activities today, be sure to bring along a weather radio or smartphone app that will alert you to any severe weather threats.

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