There is a significant severe inland weather situation developing for the Southern Plains States, the Deep South and Southeast over the next few days. Weather analysis is showing a potential for severe storms, high winds, hail and some long track tornadoes extending from northeastern Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas from late Friday into Sunday. These storms will move easterly over the weekend and will also be affecting Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, northwestern Florida and Georgia through Tuesay, April 29. The storms will then continue to track into southeastern and east central Atlantic coastal areas on Wednesday and Thursday. Persons in these areas should monitor your local media and National Weather Service broadcasts for alerts, watches and warnings. You may also use the interactive link to the NWS weather alert system by clicking on the link located in the BLOG area, top right navigation bar on this page.
While our TSRC office normally does not post inland storm details, this situation is an exception since a significant tornado threat is developing over such a wide area.