Strong storms will not be confined to the Plains on Saturday.
In the afternoon, a few peaks of sunshine from the southern tip of the Delmarva Peninsula through eastern Virginia and into northeastern North Carolina will help to spark potentially strong storms.
These thunderstorms are expected to be isolated, but they could bring the risk of damaging wind gusts up to 60 mph as well as some small hail.
A front slowly moving through region Saturday afternoon helping for thunderstorms to develop. A couple breaks in the clouds will allow for the sun's heat to reach the ground, further assisting with the creation of these storms.