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Severe Weather potential for Thursday afternoon/evening

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GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

The Storm Prediction Center ad updated its convective outlook to include the Upstate, Western North Carolina as well as northeast Georgia under a slight risk of severe weather.

We can see the development of isolated showers and thunderstorms later this afternoon after the peak heating hours of the day. Upper air moisture along with significant heating will help to build an unstable atmosphere for much of the region.

Clouds will begin to increase this evening as the storms approach. We have already seen some development over parts of western Tennessee. As these showers push to the east, we can expect new storms to originate and develop across parts of Western North Carolina, the Upstate and northeast Georgia.

Expect the development of thunderstorms to start well after 4 PM and taper off by this evening around 10 PM. These storms can be strong to severe and potentially produce damaging winds. Heavy rain, frequent lightning and small hail may also be possible with this event.

Overnight lows will drop into the 60s once again before Friday limits highs in the 80s under partly cloudy skies. Significant heating throughout the day will spark another chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms to finish off our work week.

The Storm Prediction Center ad updated its convectiveoutlook to include the Upstate, Western North Carolina as well as northeast Georgiaunder a slight risk of severe weather.

We can see the development of isolated showers andthunderstorms later this afternoon after the peak heating hours of the day.Upper air moisture along with significant heating will help to build an unstableatmosphere for much of the region.

Clouds will begin to increase this evening as the stormsapproach. We have already seen some development over parts of westernTennessee. As these showers push to the east, we can expect new storms tooriginate and develop across parts of Western North Carolina, the Upstate andnortheast Georgia.

Expect the development of thunderstorms to start well after4 PM and taper off by this evening around 10 PM. These storms can be strong tosevere and potentially produce damaging winds. Heavy rain, frequent lightningand small hail may also be possible with this event.

Overnight lows will drop into the 60s once again before Fridaylimits highs in the 80s under partly cloudy skies. Significant heatingthroughout the day will spark another chance of afternoon showers andthunderstorms to finish off our work week.

The Storm Prediction Center ad updated its convective outlook to include the Upstate, Western North Carolina as well as northeast Georgia under a slight risk of severe weather.

We can see the development of isolated showers and thunderstorms later this afternoon after the peak heating hours of the day. Upper air moisture along with significant heating will help to build an unstable atmosphere for much of the region.

Clouds will begin to increase this evening as the storms approach. We have already seen some development over parts of western Tennessee. As these showers push to the east, we can expect new storms to originate and develop across parts of Western North Carolina, the Upstate and northeast Georgia.

Expect the development of thunderstorms to start well after 4 PM and taper off by this evening around 10 PM. These storms can be strong to severe and potentially produce damaging winds. Heavy rain, frequent lightning and small hail may also be possible with this event.

Overnight lows will drop into the 60s once again before Friday limits highs in the 80s under partly cloudy skies. Significant heating throughout the day will spark another chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms to finish off our work week.

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