I didn't change the maps for the severe weather outbreak starting Friday and lasting through Saturday night. I do think that Saturday afternoon into the night, the weather might be rather nasty with storms producing extensive wind damage and tornadoes. it really depends on whether we have a single squall line develop or supercell storms. The NAM/WRF simulated radar shows more of a multi-line structure by Saturday afternoon which would lead me to believe there will be supercell storms with the potential for tornadoes.
In any case, it looks nasty for Saturday, especially in the Iowa and Missouri zone.
Lastly, another big storm dives in next week and we could have yet another outbreak of severe storms in the Midwest and Ohio Valley.
Heavy thunderstorms to bring some locally damaging wind gusts. Tornadoes for Canada! It's the season for them!
A cluster of thunderstorms or perhaps an Derecho will produce a swath of damaging wind gusts across North Dakota into northern Minnesota.
The rains are underway across Texas so watch the flooding. Sniffing out a storm development along the East Coast.
Storms will develop over the Southern Plains and will bring damaging winds and flash flooding rains.
Storms for the I-95 corridor today could be nasty ones. Heavy rains heading to northern Texas this week.
Severe storms will occur ahead of the refreshing air mass coming into the East.