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Tornado Outbreak for the Southern High Plains Monday

All the ingredients are coming together for a major severe outbreak across areas of Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas later today.  All modes of severe weather will be in play, but the highest risk could be the risk of tornadoes.  Here is the very latest. Severe Outlook The severe risk doesn't get any higher...A High Chance…

May 20, 2019
Flooding Threat Increasing for New Week

For many weeks now, the Mississippi River Valley has been dealing with devastating flooding. Unfortunately, another storm system brings along the threat for more heavy rain. A potent low pressure system will bring widespread severe storms Monday to the Southern Plains and also heavy rain. These storms will tap into ample Gulf moisture that is…

May 19, 2019
Another Week, More Severe Weather

The time to prepare is now.  A very volatile storm system will take shape Monday and Tuesday in the Great Plains.  In fact, a few isolated severe thunderstorms will be possible during the overnight hours Sunday into Monday in the Texas Panhandle. All eyes then turn to Monday afternoon and evening when the dynamics for…

May 19, 2019
Severe Storms Possible Tonight in the South

SEVERE OUTLOOK Our severe weather outlook shows there will be a chance of strong to severe thunderstorms in parts of Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. Winds up to 70 mph could be possible as well as hail up to an inch in diameter. The good news is that there is no threat of tornadoes within…

May 19, 2019
Severe Weather Chances for the Northeast Sunday

A low pressure system and associated cold front will be sweeping through the Northeast Sunday and bring the chance for showers and storms.  Some storms could be severe with all modes of severe weather in the forecast today.  Here is the very latest. Severe Outlook Scattered severe storms are likely today from eastern Illinois to…

May 19, 2019
Heavy Rain Expected Next week into the Plains

Wet weather will remain in the forecast through the central plains into mid next week, as another round of moisture surges in from the Gulf of Mexico. An area of low pressure will drop on the lee side of the Rockies, combining with an upper level ridge of high pressure off shore of the southeast.…

May 18, 2019
Robust Pattern Brings Record Heat & Snowy Weather

The upper-level pattern for the week of Monday, May 20th is going to feature quite the difference from east to west. In the Southeast, high temperatures of 95°+ will likely surpass daily records in cities such as Atlanta, Raleigh, Lexington, Cincinnati, Montgomery and many more. The hottest days of the week are going to be…

May 18, 2019
Sierra Snow Continues Through the Weekend

WINTER  STORM  WARNINGS in Mid May! As another round of energy moves onshore over portions of the West Coast, moderate to heavy snow will continue to pile up on-top of the Sierra's this weekend and into early next week. Snow has been flying in the higher elevations of California over the last few days, with…

May 18, 2019
SEVERE WEATHER THREAT: The Weekend and Beyond

Mother Nature is back at it. Once again, widespread strong to severe thunderstorms are expected to build across the heart of the country. After an active day Friday, the same pattern will shift east. A robust trough of low pressure in the Jet Stream will provide a broad sense of lift. At the surface, a warm…

May 18, 2019

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