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Severe weather outbreak possible over portions of the Southern Plains today and tonight

Severe thunderstorms will likely develop over portions of Texas and Oklahoma this afternoon into tonight. Very large hail, destructive winds, isolated tornadoes, and heavy downpours will be the main threats. Heavy rain could lead to localized flash flooding concerns. Additional severe weather is forecast each day through Thursday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Mar. 28, 2017 at 12:41:30 pm 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
12:32 PM