Timeline: Bay Area could see hail, lightning this afternoon with possible thunderstorm

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Thursday, March 30, 2023
AccuWeather Forecast: Partly cloudy skies overnight
Showers will become weaker and more widely scattered tonight, giving way to partly cloudy skies overnight.

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Scattered showers and brief downpours are in the forecast for the entire day as low pressure slides down the California coast.

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This is a level 1 storm on the exclusive ABC7 Storm Impact Scale.

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In the afternoon we have the chance of seeing isolated thunderstorms pop up. If one does we will see small hail and even lightning. No one location has a better chance of seeing a thunderstorm, we are all fair game.

The Storm Prediction Center has outlined the entire Bay Area for a risk of thunderstorms today.

Showers will depart close to midnight tonight leading to a dry day tomorrow and Friday.

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