This goes on today’s earlier Severe Weather Situation #003.
At this time, a severe weather outbreak is expected in the South Central US.
Below is an image from the Storm Prediction Center.
There is an elevated risk in the Louisiana Mississippi area. There is also a risk for severe weather in portions of Oklahoma, Texas, Mississippi, Arkansas, Missouri.
At this time, The Weather Centre is predicting a squall line will suddenly form in Central Oklahoma into Eastern portions of Texas. That squall line will then move east and slowly intensify, with strong intensification in the moderate area likely overnight.
First, we will start out with the tornado threat.
The Weather Centre is predicting this is what set off the moderate risk threat. An extended threat such as the 15% area is always typical to set off a moderate risk area.
Next we will review the wind and hail threat. Images in that order.
We definitely see the hail and wind threats rapidly spike up in the East Oklahoma and Texas areas. This furthers increases the Weather Centre’s thinking that a squall line will form in the area mentioned.
The Weather Centre will continue to monitor the situation.