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High Risk (of severe thunderstorms) The term 'High Risk (of severe thunderstorms)' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' Severe weather is expected to affect more than 10 percent of the area. A high risk is rare, and implies an unusually dangerous situation and usually the possibility of a major severe weather outbreak'.
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