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By ALEXANDER WILLIS

The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Williamson County Wednesday going through Saturday for thunderstorms and possible hail, with skies expected to clear up by Sunday.

Throughout the week, the chance of rain will bounce between 30 and 80% up until Saturday night, with thunderstorms expected every day as well, some of which could be “strong to severe.” Possible dangers posed by the storms include possible strong winds and small hail, as relayed by the NWS.

Temperatures will remain moderately warm, sticking between the mid 70s and mid 80s through Saturday, with Friday posing the chance of most severe thunderstorms.

The weather next week doesn’t fare much better either, with thunderstorms possibly returning on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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