The pattern today through Monday is one that will produce severe weather across the Plains into the Mississippi Valley. While the tornado stats remain at an all-time low, we will see tornadoes developing within this pattern. We should see several today into the High Plains, and this weekend we could see 20 or more.
Severe weather will develop in the High Plains this afternoon into tonight. The storms could produce tornadoes, but most of the impacts will be damaging winds and large hail. If tornadoes do occur, most should remain in the open country of the High Plains.
Another round of severe weather will occur this weekend. There is the potential for a major outbreak of severe weather including tornadoes. The outbreak will occur over a large part of the southern Plains into the southern Mississippi Valley. Many major cities are within the zone of the severe weather including Dallas, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Little Rock and Memphis.
Latest on the tropical development, severe weather and now we have to add a snowstorm into the mix.
A busy week with severe weather in the Plains through Saturday. Subtropical storm development the next 24-48 hours.
Early season subtropical storm development this week will be the big story. Severe weather's clogged up in the Plains.
Storms could be strong in the Midwest Sunday. Later next week, pre-season tropical development may occur.
Storms today may produce small hail and gusty winds. Watching the Southeast coast for possible development.
Storms will develop Thursday and they may contain hail and gusty winds.