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The main threat of severe storms through Wednesday evening will be along a cold front in the lower and middle-Mississippi Valleys. Damaging winds are the primary concern, but a few tornadoes are also possible.
Originally posted by Doodle19815
Been busy cleaning and didn't even know.
Promise to catch me if I blow by your way?
Originally posted by FissionSurplus
I agree with this. It was quite windy out here this morning, coming from the west, and that usually means there is a strong low to the east that is pulling the air towards it. It's not as bad as it can get in the spring, but it was breezy enough that I can totally see a problem with the weather later this evening for the areas shown in red.
Thanks for posting this head's up for our friends in the danger zone.
Originally posted by Katharos62191
reply to post by kdog1982
Thank you, I am now. Your newest map puts me right under the red again, so now I have my weather channel on, (which I should have already!) They are saying chances of major power outages so to charge our phones, big wall clouds, and 'rain wraps' they think could turn into tornados. What is a rain wrap? They say they have confirmed rotation but it's just a severe thunderstorm, no funnel yet. I thank you again because I missed all the first warnings earlier napping though them and wouldn't have known to look if it weren't for your thread!!
Please be safe where you are as well Kdog!