After a relatively quiet month in terms of severe weather, the National Weather Service has placed the entire Tri-State area under an Enhanced risk for strong storms on Saturday.

Outside of more rain than we cared to get over the last month, the majority of the Tri-State has been relatively spared of any threatening weather, however it seems that will come to an end Saturday night into Sunday morning.

According to the National Weather Service out of Paducah, Kentucky, the main threat will be damaging winds, however they believe these storms could also produce large hail, as well as "a few tornadoes." There is also the chance of heavy rainfall that could lead to flash flooding.

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