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Last Map Update: Sun, Feb. 25, 2018 at 9:14:21 pm CST

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A "Limited" Threat for flash flooding will exist over much of the area through tonight, as periods of moderate to heavy rain continue. Additional rainfall totals of one to two inches on average are expected, with locally higher amounts possible.
Marginal threat for severe thunderstorms will persist along the Hwy 84 corridor through late overnight. While a brief tornado cannot be completely ruled out, damaging wind gusts will be the main risk with any isolated severe storm.
Some severe storms will be possible across the northwest delta on Wednesday night as a cold front pushes through the region. Gusty winds to 60 mph, hail and locally heavy rainfall will be possible.
Rain chances will continue tonight while locally heavy rainfall will remain possible. Isolated thunderstorms will also be possible in southwest locations. Overnight lows will be cooler with readings from the upper 40s northwest to the mid & upper 50s southeast.


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