Another round of strong to severe thunderstorms is expected Thursday afternoon and evening. The first round of storms will be locally strong, but the main hazards will be in the form of locally heavy rainfall and strong gusty winds of 30+ MPH.
The atmosphere will have time to destabilize after this break. The next batch of storms will likely become severe, capable of producing large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes. The potential is there for some tornadoes to be strong and long-tracked.
Tornado parameters are very high around 7:00pm tomorrow, and there will be supercell development based on simulated radar data.
We ask that everyone stay weather aware tomorrow as there will be multiple Watches and Warnings issued. We will do our best to bring you the latest updates from the Weather Services on our Severe Page.