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Severe Thunderstorms Returning to The Plains; Chance of Severe Storms in Mid-Atlantic too

A new Pacific storm moving into the Plains will spark a new round of severe thunderstorms in the Plains with potential for damaging winds, very large hail, and tornadoes Tuesday. Heavy rains may produce flash floods, especially from north-central Texas into Kansas. In the Mid-Atlantic, there will be a chance of severe thunderstorms. Strong winds in the Southwest are keeping fire danger high. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Mar. 28, 2017 at 8:50:30 am CDT

National Weather Service Springfield, MONational Weather Service Paducah, KYNational Weather Service Nashville, TN
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Severe thunderstorms will move into Eastern Arkansas Wednesday evening. Large hail and damaging wind gusts will be possible, particularly over the Enhanced Risk area. An isolated short-lived tornado or two will be possible as well. Thunderstorm coverage and intensity will decrease during the overnight hours.
There is a Enhanced risk for severe thunderstorms much of the Mid-South on Thursday. Damaging winds and large hail will be the main threats. Isolated tornadoes and localized flash flooding will be a secondary threat.
Dense fog will continue across portions of Northeast Arkansas, the Missouri Bootheel, and West Tennessee through 9 AM CDT. A Dense Fog Advisory has been issued. A couple of rounds of severe thunderstorms are possible Wednesday evening through Thursday night. Please continue to monitor the latest forecast for updates on this potential severe weather event.

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 Latest observation from the NWS office at  the Agricenter in east Memphis
8:32 AM