Don't let those sunny blue skies outside fool you, meteorologists are predicting severe rain and lightning throughout the region on Monday afternoon and Tuesday.
The National Weather Service says a few strong and severe thunderstorms are likely to crop up this afternoon and continue throughout Tuesday.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop throughout Bristol and Rhode Island between 2 p.m. and 10 p.m. today, but activity will be hit-or-miss depending on the region. Thunderstorms have the potential to become strong to severe, according to a hazardous weather outlook issued by the National Weather Service station in Taunton, MA. Large hail, damaging winds, dangerous cloud-to-ground lightning and localized flooding could occur.
Flooding could also occur in areas with poor drainage as a result of sporadic, but heavy rains and those with outdoor activities across the East and West Bay areas should be prepared to take shelter if a thunderstorm approaches.
Another round of strong to possible severe thunderstorms is possible on Tuesday as well.
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