LAGRANGE – Severe thunderstorms and very heavy rainfall are possible tonight as a strong system moves across the region.
Unfortunately there is still a high degree of uncertainty with exactly where this system will track and where the best chances for severe weather and heavy rain will develop.
Despite uncertainty about storm tracks, ingredients for severe storms remain favorable. It appears the best chance for severe weather will be near or south of U.S. 30 with the heavy rain potential north of US 30. However, this is subject to change as new data becomes available.
Damaging winds to 60 mph, torrential rainfall and localized flooding will be the primary hazards and tornadoes are possible tonight.
The window of greatest threat at this time appears to be roughly 8 p-m to 3 a-m.
Stay tuned to upcoming forecasts for more information as details become more clear.
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