Speech to Text for Alan's Sunday Morning Forecast
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our area.. even more storms will push through our area.. the potential for an isolated severe storm or two is present again as we start this sunday morning. storms are expect to develop along a boundary that has stayed in position over northeast mississippi (just south of and adjacent to the tennessee border). this boundary will be the favored location for storms to develop and gain at least some measure of organization. the main concerns associated with storms will be: the potential for some isolated instances of a large hail (greater than 1" in diameter), heavy rainfall, lightning, and isolated damaging gust of wind or two in the 40, 50 or perhaps as much as 60 mph range and a very very very low but threat of a tornado. it seems likely that until the sun comes up storms will struggle to maintain their intensity and organization as they move primarily along and just south of the tennessee border moving eastward towards northwest alabama. really until sunrise, the atmosphere which has stabilized overnight will not be as conducive to severe storms as it could potentially be later in the morning or by early afternoon. meanwhile temperatures will begin in the middle and lower-70s across