Warmth that has been penned up thus far this spring will build over the South and surge into the Ohio Valley and mid-Atlantic states to end the weekend. However, the warmth may come at the price of severe weather.
The risk for severe weather will continue early this week across the southern and central Plains while heavy rain will threaten an area farther north.
The threat for violent thunderstorms, including isolated tornadoes, will spread into the Great Lakes, Ohio Valley and Northeast as the weekend comes to a close.
An area of showers and thunderstorms north of the Bahamas has a chance of developing into a weak tropical system early this week.
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Following 'overwhelming' tornado damage and a destroyed home field, the Louisiana Tech softball team grinds every day as it continues its post-season journey.
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