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A few thunderstorms remain possible through the afternoon.
The threat for slow moving storms increases during the afternoon.
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Visibility is as low as 1/3 of a mile in some areas of western Massachusetts.
Both lanes of I-91 North in Springfield are now open to traffic.
A “Bermuda High” has set up off the East Coast, with another area of high pressure over the middle of the country.
A few storms may also be strong or severe with some isolated wind damage possible.
During a storm, indoors is the safest place to be.
In the event a street is flooded, “turn around, don’t drown” and never drive through high water.
Debris like logs or wood from the bottom of the river has been pushed to the surface due to recent heavy rain to our north.
The sun rose Wednesday at 5:14 a.m. and will set at 8:30 p.m. Days start getting shorter Thursday.
You don’t have to be very close to lightning for it to be dangerous.
The 22News Storm Team is tracking strong storms and heavy rain into the night.
Temperatures are expected to progressively rise over the weekend, with humidity increasing to near-oppressive levels.
We’ve been stuck under a low pressure system that has brought in cool air from Canada.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin explains what led to all of the hail in western Massachusetts Wednesday night.
Visibility is less than a mile due to the dense fog.
The severe thunderstorm risk will continue to increase as we head into the evening.
We have plenty of April showers, May showers, and possibly more cool and wet weather into June?