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Severe Storms Possible in the Southeast

30 Nov 2016, 3:04 pm

Severe storms are possible through the evening in portions of the Southeastern U.S. Over the past 24 hours, it has been very active with dozens of severe reports, including tornadoes. Earlier today, a tornado touched down near Atlanta and a large waterspout approached the Florida Coast near Destin.


Severe Thunderstorm and Tornado Watches extend from South Carolina to the Gulf Coast of Alabama and Florida. Tune in to WeatherNation for up-to-the-minute storm coverage with the latest radar, watches, and warnings.

A slight risk for severe storms continues for many of the same areas under the current watches, with a marginal risk extending northward up the Atlantic Seaboard. The higher threat for strong winds and tornadoes is closer to the Gulf Coast.


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As the cold front drops to the south and east, the severe risk is expected to diminish after sunset. Much needed rainfall, amounts above an inch, will continue to fall along the front.

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For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Mace Michaels



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