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Tuesday Severe Weather Update

11 Feb 2020, 5:11 am

A stalled frontal boundary will bring scattered showers and storms across the Southeast.  Isolated severe storms will be possible from Alabama to the Mid-Atlantic. Here is the latest on Tuesday’s severe forecast.

Severe Outlook

Overall today’s severe risk will be lower compared to Monday’s risk.  From Birmingham to Raleigh, storms could be strong enough to impact your outdoor plans and travel.

Severe Risk

Isolated tornadoes and damaging winds will be the main risks with today’s severe threat. Storm updrafts are not looking impressive for a large hail risk, but small hail can’t be completely ruled out.


The severe storms will be isolated in nature when they develop today, but the risk will still be there for cities like Atlanta and Columbia.  Keep checking with WeatherNation for more updates on today’s severe weather.


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