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ABC-7 First Alert: Storms move in overnight, slippery Tuesday commute

Good evening all. After a cloudy morning, we are seeing a delay in storm development but don't be deceived by the non-stormy afternoon...the storms are going to develop and move across the area. We have near-record moisture levels in our upper atmosphere, leading to fast rain rates, especially under thunderstorms. We're talking about 1-2 inches of rain coming down in one hour out of some of these storms.

That being said, flash floods will be very likely. Be aware of the latest weather alerts from the National Weather Service and from us here at can get our alerts by downloading the ABC-7 Weather and Traffic app.

As for timing, we are now looking at the majority of these storms to move across the area late tonight into early Tuesday morning. We will likely be waking up to slippery roads and perhaps some flooded roads too. Please please be careful out there as you head out on the roads on Tuesday.

As always, expect small hail, winds and lightning as threats with these storms.

Expect more storms on Tuesday, but eventually, we will dry out on Wednesday. Each day after Tuesday will be warmer, and we will approach the triple digits by Friday.

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