Severe thunderstorms are likely across parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and the extreme Western Florida Panhandle overnight into tomorrow morning. Another round of strong to severe storms is still expected across the same locations tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night, too; and it could pose a more significant severe weather threat.
A cluster of strong to severe storms has developed across Southeast Texas this evening. It will push east and northeast, across Southern Louisiana and Mississippi, Southwest Alabama, and the Western Florida Panhandle tonight through early tomorrow morning; and increase in coverage as it does so.
Placement: The greatest threat for severe storms tonight will be across most of East Louisiana, Southern Mississippi, and Southwestern Alabama, where there is an “enhanced” risk for severe weather.
Timing: The storms will move through Eastern Louisiana and Southern Mississippi between 11:00pm CST tonight and 5:00am CST tomorrow morning, and across Southwest Alabama and the Western Florida Panhandle between 5:00am CST and 10:00am CST tomorrow morning.
Threats: All modes of severe weather (tornadoes, damaging winds, hail) will be possible with this cluster of storms. However, damaging winds will be the main concern, with an isolated tornado or two also a concern across coastal Southeast Louisiana, coastal Mississippi, and coastal Alabama.
Another round of severe storms, possibly a severe weather outbreak, is expected tomorrow, and will impact extreme East Texas, and most of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and the Florida Panhandle.
Placement: Severe storms will be possible anywhere in the “slight” risk area in the graphic above. However, the more significant severe threat will be in the “enhanced” risk areas in the map above, which are subject to change between now and tomorrow.
Timing: The time-frame for severe storms will tomorrow will be overnight tomorrow into Sunday morning.
Threats: All modes of severe weather are likely tomorrow, and the parameters will be in place to support the chance for a strong tornado or two. Additionally, the threat for large, damaging hail will be high.
The severe weather threat will shift to the Florida Peninsula on Sunday, as tomorrow’s round of storms pushes east, perhaps in the form of a squall line.
Placement: Severe storms will be possible across much of the Florida Peninsula Sunday. The greatest threat will be in the “enhanced” risk area in the graphic above, with a slightly lower risk in the “slight” risk area.
Timing: Sunday morning through Sunday evening.
Threats: Damaging winds and hail will be the main threats, with a few isolate tornadoes possible.
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