On Saturday, a strong system will take shape out west and kick two waves of rain at us.

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threat level

The first looks to arrive before sunrise with heavy bouts of rain and thunderstorms during the morning hours which could lead to isolated flooding.

The second wave comes through during the afternoon.

The second wave is the one that has a better chance for strong/severe storms.

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SATURDAY 5AM
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SATURDAY 12PM
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SATURDAY 6PM
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IMPACTS
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RAINFALL

A line of storms will develop and move from west to east across the area.

In this line we'll see the potential for damaging winds, isolated tornadoes and perhaps even some small hail. Damaging winds are the main concern.

This round of rain will clear the area by mid-morning Sunday and we'll stay dry for a few days.

Another round of storms is possible by Wednesday of next week.

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Meteorologist

Meteorologist Cody Murphy joined the News4 team in March 2018.

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