>Special Weather Watch/Warning, Watch

>A Special Weather Watch/Warning has been issued for the following areas:

-Indiana
-North half of Kentucky
-Ohio
-South Michigan
At 5:02pm, A MODERATE RISK for severe thunderstorms had been outlooked in the above areas by the Storm Prediction Center (SPC).
This Moderate Risk will happen tomorrow as a cold front passes through.
PEOPLE IN THESE AREAS ARE TO PREPARE FOR TORNADOES, VERY DANGEROUS CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING, LARGE HAIL, VERY DAMAGING WINDS, AND DOWNPOURS.
The farther east you are in this area, the faster the cold front will arrive at your area.
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In addition, A Special Weather Watch (SWW) Has been issued for the following areas surround ing the moderate risk of severe thunderstorms tomorrow.
-East half of Illinois
-East half of Wisconsin
-North half of Michigan
-Extreme Southeast Missouri
-East Arkansas
-Northeast Louisiana
-Northern 2/3 of Mississippi
-Northern half of Alabama
-North Georgia
-Extreme West North Carolina
-Extreme West Virginia
-West Virginia (the actual state)
-West Pennsylvania
-Extreme west New York
All of the above areas are outlooked in a SLIGHT RISK for severe thunderstorms by the Storm Prediction Center (SPC).
These storms will take place tomorrow.
People in those areas should prepare for winds, possibly cloud to ground lightning, rain, and small hail.
This watch will expire at 12:05am Wednesday morning CDT.
The Watch/Warning will expire at 12:10am Wednesday morning CDT.
A Significant Weather Bulletin may be needed tomorrow for the people in the Watch/Warning area.
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