Another Round of Severe Weather Tonight, Tomorrow

Another round of severe storms is expected across parts of Mississippi, Alabama, and the Florida Panhandle late tonight into tomorrow, as the cold front that pushed through yesterday comes back north as a warm front tonight, and then interacts with a new cold front tomorrow.

Tonight

The severe weather threat tonight will be across Southeast Mississippi, South and Central Alabama, and the Western Florida Panhandle.

Placement: The greatest risk for severe weather tonight will be in the category 2 (“slight”) risk area.

Convective outlook for tonight.

 

However, a few strong to severe storms will also be possible in the category 1 (“marginal”) risk area.

Timing: Storms will begin to develop across Southeast Louisiana, along the warm front, late tonight (after midnight), and push northeast across the threat area.

Threats: All modes of severe weather (tornadoes, damaging winds, and hail) will be threats. However, tornadoes and hail will be the primary threat.

Tomorrow

The threat for severe weather tomorrow will be across much of Alabama and the Florida Panhandle.

Placement: There greatest threat for severe weather tomorrow will be in the category 4 (“moderate”) risk area, category 3 (“enhanced”) risk area, and category 2 (“slight”) risk area.

Convective outlook for tomorrow.

A few strong to severe storms will also be possible in the category 1 (“marginal”) risk area.

Timing: Storms will develop over Western Alabama and the Western Florida Panhandle tomorrow morning, and shift east across the remainder of the threat area into the early afternoon hours.

Threats: All modes of severe weather will once again be threats. However, strong tornadoes and large hail will be the primary concern in the category 4 risk area.

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