Environmental conditions today will be favorable for severe storms, with the greatest threat being in the Tennessee Valley south into the Gulf States during the afternoon hours into the evening. Late night storm formation will also be possible in the Southeast with storms becoming strong or severe during the late evening into overnight hours. Multiple threats will be possible from Tennessee southward into the Gulf Coast high winds, hail and tornadoes, damaging wind appears to be the main threat for the Ohio Valley.
Severe storms occured as forecasted and plowed through TX, OK, MO and AR last night 3/23 dropping hail up 4” in TX and hail calculated at 3” in areas of OK and 1.5” in MO, IA, NE and IL. Everything really is bigger in TX, right?
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