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.
The weather will be severe across the Plains this weekend as thunderstorms with hail, damaging winds, tornadoes and flooding rains develop.
Severe storms will develop across the eastern Carolina's today. Active severe weather pattern in the Plains this weekend.
Pattern continues to produce storms across Texas and the High Plains into the Holiday weekend. Eastern Carolina's get hit Thursday.
High Plains get hit again with heavy rains, severe storms and even snow. The weather should calm down later tomorrow.
Severe weather coverage will be less this week but still active across western Texas.
The pattern has not changed much and that means the severe weather will hit the Plains this weekend.