Sunday's severe weather outlook remains the same. We are under an ENHANCED risk for severe weather Sunday (mainly Sunday early afternoon). Showers and thunderstorms will roll through Sunday morning, but the main concern with these will be damaging winds. Later in the day is when we will experience the largest severe threat. As daytime heating persists, this will "prime" the atmosphere for instability (think of this as the fuel/energy needed).
Below the NWS has provided "what to do's" in the event of heavy rains, thunderstorms, winds, tornadoes, or hail.
With tomorrow's system the impacts are the same as previously mentioned: isolated tornadoes, hail, damaging winds, and thunderstorms. Stay weather aware tomorrow and frequently check back in with us and the NWS in Morristown. There is no reason to ever panic, but instead be prepared and have a plan of action IF something severe were to spawn up in your area.
Enjoy the Orange and White game tonight as we will stay mostly dry with scattered showers possible later in the evening. Temperature wise for the game we will be sitting in the upper 60's to lower 70's.
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