Severe storms eye the Stateline early Sunday

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As we advance through the weekend, most of it has been dry! However, we look to flip the script once again as we get into the early morning hours of Sunday. Over the course of the last few days, the 23 Storm Team has been tracking the severe weather potential for Sunday. The good news is that most of your Sunday looks to be dry, but will begin to showers and storms.

We are thinking that showers and storms will arrive in the Stateline around 6-7 AM and continue through the later morning hours closer to lunch. If you will be heading out in the morning, be sure to bring an umbrella and be prepared should any severe storms develop.

Most of the Stateline is under a "Slight Risk" for severe weather tomorrow going through 7 AM.

Should a severe thunderstorm develop, the main threats look to be hail (up to quarter size) and gusty winds (50-60 MPH). There is a small flood and tornado risk, but those are at a much smaller scale. Because our grounds are a lot more moist due to the recent rains, I wouldn't be surprised if there were puddles on grasses or along curbs on roads.

However, I do not anticipate flash flooding to be an issue at all. Following these storms, most of your Sunday looks to be dry in the afternoon and evening. A few lingering light showers are possible in the evening but as we get closer to Monday, conditions look to improve.