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SPC Nov 26, 2014 0600Z Thunderstorm Outlook
Wed Nov 26 05:46:03 UTC 2014
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Note:  The thunderstorm probabilities take into account both the expected areal coverage and probability for thunder to occur. Therefore, a 40% probability means that given similar environmental conditions, thunder would be observed at any one location (in either a county or city) within the 40% thunder probability area four times out of ten, or 40% of the time.
Note:  Effective September 26, 2012, the SPC Thunderstorm Outlook becomes operational. Here is the Service Change Notice 12-29.
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