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Severe Weather Possible for East TX, LA, MS, Parts of AL, and the FL Panhandle Tomorrow Afternoon into Early Wednesday

There will be a threat for severe weather for East Texas, all of Louisiana and Mississippi, and portions of Alabama and Florida Panhandle tomorrow afternoon into early Wednesday. Storms will develop along a cold front over East Texas around noon tomorrow and evolve into a squall line tomorrow evening. The… Continue reading

Severe Weather Threat for East Texas, Louisiana, West Mississippi Tuesday, Early Wednesday

A severe weather threat is still expected for East Texas, much of Louisiana, and West Mississippi Tuesday into Wednesday. A storm system is going to track out of the Plains and and across the Midwest, bringing a trailing cold front east. Storms are anticpated to initiate/develop over East Texas along/ahead… Continue reading

Threat for Severe Weather Returns This Upcoming Week

Another severe weather threat is on the horizon for parts of Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi this upcoming week. A storm system going to slide out of the Plains and across the Midwest Tuesday – Wednesday, and will bring an trailing cold front east across the South. Thunderstorms will develop along… Continue reading

TORNADO WATCH Issued for Southeast Texas, West-Central Louisiana

A TORNADO WATCH has been issued for Southeast Texas and West-Central Louisiana until 9:00 PM CDT tonight. A couple of tornadoes, large hail up to 2″ in diameter, and wind gusts up to 70mph will be possible. ___ For future updates, follow us on twitter @GCSCWX. You can also follow us… Continue reading

Threat for Severe Weather, Flash Flooding for South TX, LA, MS Today and Tonight

A squall line is advancing across East and portions of South Texas (mainly north of and along I-10) this morning. It will push east through the day today, and push through North and Central Louisiana late this afternoon, and West-Central Mississippi during the evening hours. This evening/tonight, more thunderstorms will… Continue reading

Risk for Severe Thunderstorms, Flash Flooding for Central, Northeast TX Tonight; South TX, Much of LA, West MS Tomorrow

The front associated with our upper-level storms system is draped across North Texas this evening; it will slowly slide into Central and South Texas tonight/early tomorrow,  Louisiana and West Mississippi late tomorrow, and the remainder of Mississippi, Alabama, and the Florida Panhandle Thursday. Both heavy rain and strong to severe… Continue reading

Multiple Rounds of Strong to Severe Storms Likely Tomorrow Through Thursday;Widespread Heavy Rain Expected

The active, unsettled weather pattern we have been talking about for the past several days is beginning to setup. The upper-level storm system is currently moving into the Southwest, and will slowly push east through Thursday, bringing an associated front with it at the surface. There will be several rounds… Continue reading

Unsettled Weather Pattern Next Week; Flash Flooding, Severe Weather Possible

A slow moving storm system is going to track out of the Southwest and across the South through this upcoming week, bringing an attendant front with it, resulting in an active, unsettled weather pattern. Heavy Rain Deep moisture from the Gulf of Mexico Moisture will be advected (drawn) north, and… Continue reading

Severe Threat Continues Through Tomorrow; Strong Tornadoes Possible for North, Central Alabama

There continues to be a threat for severe weather though tomorrow. Tonight/tomorrow morning: A complex of strong to severe storms developed over East Texas this evening, and is currently moving through Southeast Texas. It will continue to track east, across the remainder of South/Central Louisiana and South/Central Mississippi overnight, but should… Continue reading

Severe Weather Threat Tomorrow Through Monday; Large Hail, Damaging Winds, Tornadoes Possible

There continues to be a threat for severe weather tomorrow and Monday. A deepening storm system is still expected to track across the Mid-South through Monday, advecting moisture into the Central Gulf Coast States, resulting in multiple rounds of convection (scattered to numerous thunderstorms) and a conducive environment for severe… Continue reading

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