There are several thunderstorms continuing to move from the southwest to the northeast across the NorthState.  Some of these storms will have gusty winds very heavy rain and some small hail.  No storms are warned at this time, but the National Weather Service has issued a "short term forecast" specifically mentioning the I-5 corridor from Redding south through Corning and westward for the center of the thunderstorm activity. 

Most of the strongest storms have already formed and likely are in their dissipating phase right now and further development of any intense cells is unlikely due to the lack of much clear skies for much of the NorthState.  Still, the conditions are right and with any additional moisture from previous storms any clearing will open the door for another round of thunderstorms as the atmosphere is primed and ready to go for any type of thunderstorm it can muster. 

Be sure to tune in to KRCR Newschannel 7 with Mike Krueger for the latest details and exactly where the storms are and where they are headed to.