Storms produced large hail and damaging winds from Missouri through Texas on Tuesday. The front acting to trigger those storms is heading south with more sever weather possible Wednesday from from the Tennessee River Valley to East Texas (above). Our primary threat will be for damaging winds once again Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Storms look most active in the afternoon with peak daytime heating, but Thursday night and Friday morning could see storms continue overnight closer to I-10 on Thursday and with another complex of storms in Arkansas.
The severe threat continues again on Thursday, back into Arkansas with wind and hail possible once again as another frontal boundary arrives in the region. Storms will be likely through central and southern MS/AL but they will be sub-severe.