Saturday Severe Storms [SLIDESHOW]

Small hail in Southwood. Photo courtesy Kevin Cate.
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By Alex Yoder
March 24, 2013

A severe thunderstorm watch was issued for most of the WCTV viewing area Saturday afternoon and evening.

The majority of the severe weather produced was hail. Another round of severe weather is expected with the passing of a cold front Sunday morning.

For a complete listing of severe weather reports from the National Weather Service on Saturday, click here.

By Alex Yoder
March 23, 2013

Parts of the Big Bend already got some severe weather action Saturday morning, and more is on the way.

The first round of severe weather is expected to move through the area Saturday afternoon. The main threat will be from gusty winds and hail. An isolated tornado can not be ruled out.

We'll see a break in the thunderstorm activity Saturday night. A cold front will then move through Sunday morning providing a second chance of seeing some strong to severe thunderstorms.

Keep those weather radios on and stay tuned to WCTV for the latest throughout the day. We'll always have the latest on Facebook and Twitter.

"Hail in between Pearson and Douglas, GA. Bigger than a golf ball." Photo courtesy Darlene & Paul Wilson.
Quarter sized hail in Wakulla Springs, FL. Photo courtesy Crista White.

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