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originally posted by: liejunkie01
I'm starting to get pretty nervous.
We are having our son by c section on monday.
I hope it dies down and misses us. It is a 40 minute drive to the hospital monday morning at 5:30.
I'm scared, lj01 needs a hug and someone to tell me it will be ok.
People from eastern Texas to central Iowa should pay close attention to Sunday's weather as storms develop and strengthen during the afternoon with damaging winds, large hail and vigorous tornadoes all possible.
The worst of the storms will develop on Sunday afternoon and into the evening hours with the greatest risk of tornadoes centered around the state of Arkansas.
Some tornadoes that develop in this area could be long-lived, tracking on the ground for many miles before the storm weakens and the twister lifts off the ground.
An added danger will accompany the storms as they continue into Sunday night with the cover of darkness making it difficult to see a storm as it approaches.