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Severe Weather Threat Will Continue Through the Weekend

The risk for severe thunderstorms continues through the weekend. The main threat will shift from parts of eastern Texas into the Ozark Plateau and spread into the lower Mississippi Valley by Saturday afternoon and evening. Severe storms are possible in the Tennessee Valley and southern Plains Sunday. Storms may contain damaging winds, hail and an isolated tornado. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Fri, Mar. 24, 2017 at 9:48:35 pm AST

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Cloudy skies. Scattered to numerous showers are forecast... especially for eastern PR and USVI. More isolated to scattered shower activity expected elsewhere. Seas up to 7 feet and winds up to 15 knots are forecast across the Atlantic waters, especially late tonight. As a result, a small craft advisory will go into effect for the outer Atlantic Waters
Scattered to numerous showers are forecast for the region. Hazardous marine conditions expected with this arrival of a northerly swell, especially across the Atlantic waters and local passage. As a result, a High Rip current risk and Small Craft Advisories are in effect.
Cloudy skies. Numerous showers with possible isolated thunderstorms are forecast for PR & USVI. Hazardous marine conditions will continue to prevail across the Atlantic waters and local passages.
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