Isolated to scattered storms continue to develop along the I-80 corridor ahead of an approaching cold front. Some of the storms could be strong.
No severe weather warnings or watches are currently in effect, but a few storms could pack a punch. The main threats are wind gusts to up to 50 mph, pea size hail, brief heavy downpours, and occasional lightning.
Rush hour motorists need to be extra cautious on the roads as the pavement will be slick and visibilities will be reduced. Those in the path of strong storms, which may warrant a significant weather advisory, should bring in any loose outdoor items and close car windows.
The strongest storms are expected to occur before sunset. Chance for showers and storms though will continue overnight.
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