Friday, May 26, 2017

Major Severe Weather Day Tomorrow

Keep up on the weather tomorrow, especially if you are camping, boating or engaged in some other outdoor activity. 

Saturday is going to be a very busy day, unfortunately. Please figure this into your holiday plans!
In the purple area, there is a high risk of damaging thunderstorm winds that will be accompanied in some areas by large hail. Power failures and trees blocking roads are a real possibility. The highest winds will occur from the Ozarks into western Kentucky. High winds will continue farther east. Note: The storms will be very fast-moving. Do not assume you are safe because the storm is 50 miles away. 

In the western part of the area, from I-35/I-135 to the Ozarks is where tornadoes are also possible.

The significant threshold for severe weather on this map is 15% (yellow). The hatched area is where the most violent storms are expected.

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