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Heavy Storms This Weekend

April 26, 2013; 11:57 AM ET

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1. Heavy thunderstorms will hit today and Saturday, but it's not going to be a big outbreak of severe weather -- just hail and locally damaging winds each day.

2. The tornado count remains low, in fact, by the first week of May we will have 12 months of below-normal tornado reports. This will be the lowest year of tornadoes since 2004.

3. The models continue to be all over the place with the upper-level low next week. Confidence remains low on where the upper-level low will end up. The implications of where the upper-level low ends up means the difference between more flooding in the Midwest or just showers and cool weather.

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