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The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) in Norman, OK has placed the southeastern part of the Miami Valley under a marginal risk for severe weather. This means any thunderstorms that we see today could be on the borderline of turning severe.
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Here is a closer look at the areas under the marginal risk for severe weather today. Mostly Clinton and
Here is a look at what future radar will look like heading into this afternoon and evening. Rain will pick up in coverage and in intensity. Some rain could be steady to heavy at times. A rumble of thunder cannot be ruled out across the area. Thunderstorms are possible in the southeastern part of the Miami Valley where the marginal risk for severe weather is in place. Then we will transition to snow as we head towards 8 PM.
The biggest threat we will have to deal with tonight is damaging winds. Especially those in the marginal risk for severe weather. Everything else is low at this time.
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