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Severe Weather Update: No Severe Weather Expected!

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ILN_swody1 (9-3-19) (1) Courtesy of SPC/NWS/NOAA
ILN_swody1 (9-3-19) (1) Courtesy of SPC/NWS/NOAA

The SPC in Norman, OK has taken pretty much everybody out of the slight and marginal risk for severe weather. There is still a marginal risk over Auglaize and Mercer counties north of I-70. That means a few storms could become strong to possibly severe. Honestly, we will only see a few showers overnight here or there.A rumble of thunder is possible. Nothing too serious though, so I think you will be able to get a sound sleep tonight.

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