The back half of the Labor Day holiday weekend could well be stormy.
National Weather Service meteorologist Matt Wolters says two rounds of storms are possible, one Sunday night and one on the holiday itself.
Hail and high winds are the main concerns Sunday, with hail the main issue for evening storms and wind the main threat for overnight activity.
The boundary driving those storms should stall out across our area into early Monday, and storms could fire up again near us Monday afternoon. Wolters says hail and wind would also be the main risks.
Widespread rain is possible, and there could be some pockets of heavy rain. Additional storms are possible as you get back to work Tuesday, but at this time those are not expected to be strong or severe.
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