As an area of low pressure strengthens coming out of the Rockies and slides northeast from Colorado to Wisconsin, it will swing a cold front across the Southern Plains, Mid-South and Gulf Coast Wednesday and Thursday. Along the front, showers and storms may develop from as far south as Austin, Texas back north toward Omaha, Nebraska. And as far east… Read more →
Looking at the latest model data as well as the trends, it appears that the chance for showers, storms and some severe weather appears to be right on track with previous forecasts – with a slight shift. The a deepening area of low pressure moves from SW Kansas and into SW Wisconsin, it will open the door for thunderstorms to… Read more →
Good morning again, everyone. We are tracking another opportunity for severe weather as we move through the day today and into the afternoon. Take a preliminary glance at the current surface observations and a quick look at the short-range RAP computer weather model, I think that we could see another violent day across the southeast in parts of Mississippi, Alabama,… Read more →
Apologies for the late start everyone. We are currently working to track all of the severe weather watches and warnings tonight / this morning. Nick Lilja will have a complete severe weather breakdown and timetable posted later this morning.
The Storm Prediction Center has “upped” the threat for tornadoes across Kentucky, Ohio and a sliver of West Virginia this afternoon.