10:10pm Weekend Tornado and Severe Thunderstorm Update

AccuWeather Regional Radar at 9:50pm shows scattered thunderstorms across the central U.S.

The strongest storms are in northern Missouri where a severe thunderstorm watch continues for another two hours.

Tomorrow still looks like a day with tornadoes, some violent, and very high winds with thunderstorms. Here are some very general ideas about locations and timing.

This is the forecast radar for early afternoon:

The forecast for very late afternoon. Forward motion of 50-70 mph means that tornadoes and other storms will approach quickly. The storms, especially in Ohio, ahead of the forecast line of storms have a better than average chance of producing tornadoes.

Early to mid-evening shows very violent storms in Tennessee-Mississippi-Alabama with a damaging wind event farther north.

This is my last update of the night. If you live in these areas, I urge you to monitor the weather and be prepared to take precautionary measures. Make sure you have a flashlight and batteries, sufficient cash, and a full tank of gasoline for your car.

See you in the morning.


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