Strong to Severe Storms Possible Today

Storm Prediction Center convective outlook for today, June 13th, 2016
Storm Prediction Center convective outlook for today, June 13th, 2016

A weak upper-level low will move East across the Central Gulf Coast today.

As the upper-low moves across the region it should cause scattered strong to marginally severe storms to develop across parts of Louisiana, Mississippi,  Alabama, and parts of the Florida Panhandle today.

HRRR Simulated radar valid 2:00pm CT this afternoon
HRRR Simulated radar valid 2:00pm CT this afternoon

However, it is important to note that the storms will be scattered in nature today and not everyone will receive severe weather or even rain.

Timing: The timing for storms today is between 11:00am CT and 6:00pm CT.

Threats: The primary threats with any strong to severe storms will be heavy rain, cloud to ground lightning, and damaging wind gusts.

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