1. Puffy cumulus clouds develop late this morning and into the afternoon hours.
2. Spotty showers and storms start to form especially after 12pm.
3. Once storms begin to develop this afternoon, the remaining activity will form because of outflow boundaries produced.
4. Storms will be slow movers and tend to rain out over one area that could cause local flooding.
5. When the storms collapse they not only produce heavy rainfall but can also produce strong winds.
6. Storms will be capable of producing wind gusts to 40mph to 50mph.
7. Small hail and frequent lightning can also be expected.
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When the thunder roars, stay or go indoors!
Lightning can strike up to 15 miles away from a storm.
It can be sunny where you are at and you hear thunder but you still aren't safe to be outside.
Jill Gilardi WBRC First Alert Certified Meteorologist