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Severe Hail Threat
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Issued: 415 AM EDT Tue Jul 7 2020


.THUNDERSTORM IMPACT... Rain chances will remain above normal today, with scattered to numerous showers and storms developing across the interior by early afternoon and shifting eastward toward the Atlantic coast and offshore through late afternoon to early evening. Some stronger storms are expected to occur, especially toward the coast of east central Florida, producing frequent lightning strikes, strong gusts of 45 to 55 mph and localized heavy rainfall. Storm motion will be toward the east up to 10 to 15 mph, so be alert for approaching storms from the west this afternoon. If planning outdoor activities today, make sure to seek shelter in a building or hard-topped vehicle when thunder is first heard.

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