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Periods of showers/storms into early next week.
 
A quick moving disturbance and stalled cold front today will provide an increase in chances for some showers and storms today, before moving off to our east tonight. Today's storms could be strong to severe with damaging winds, hail and heavy rainfall. Localized to isolated flash flooding is possible in repeated rounds of storms, especially areas that saw significant rainfall yesterday. Another system will bring chances for precipitation Friday afternoon into Friday night. Periods of showers and thunderstorms can then be expected across the area through the weekend and into the beginning of the next week. Strong storms currently also look possible for Sunday.  
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