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Heavy snow in the Rockies, Fire weather threat in the Southwest, and Heavy rainfall threat for the weekend in the Southern Plains into the Ohio Valley

Heavy snow is expected in the northern and central Rockies. There is a critical to elevated fire risk across the Southwest. A few severe storms are expected from the Southeast States into the Great Lakes and portions of the Central Plains on Thursday. Heavy rainfall is forecast through the weekend with a threat for significant flooding for the Southern Plains into the Mississippi Valley Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Apr. 27, 2017 at 11:51:36 am CDT

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Slightly cooler temperatures expected today as a cooler airmass was ushered in by yesterday's cold frontal passage. Tonight will be warmer as surface winds veer to the south and help in keeping temperatures relatively warm.
**There is an Enhanced Risk for severe thunderstorms across portions of southeast Oklahoma** **There is a Slight Risk for severe thunderstorms across portions of southeast Oklahoma, southwest Arkansas and extreme northeast Texas** A warm front will move north across the Four-State Region where it will settle across portions of southeast Oklahoma, southwest Arkansas and extreme northeast Texas tomorrow afternoon. Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop along and north of the warm front. Some of the storms could become strong to severe.
**There is an Enhanced Risk for severe thunderstorms across all of southeast Oklahoma, east Texas, deep east Texas, portions of southwest Arkansas and northern and central Louisiana** **There is a Slight Risk for severe thunderstorms across portions of southwest Arkansas, deep east Texas, central and northern Louisiana** As a potent upper level disturbance approaches the Four-State region, chances for showers and thunderstorms will develop along a cold front late Saturday evening/night, and moving from west to east across the region through Sunday evening. Some of the thunderstorm activity could become strong to severe.
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