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Severe thunderstorms likely from the Midwest to the Mississippi Valley

Severe thunderstorms capable of producing damaging winds, very large hail, and a few strong tornadoes are likely today and tonight from the Midwest to the lower Mississippi Valley region. Some of the storms could produce heavy rainfall and flooding of low lying areas. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Apr. 26, 2017 at 12:21:43 pm CDT

National Weather Service Goodland, KSNational Weather Service Wichita, KansasNational Weather Service Springfield, MO
National Weather Service Norman, OKZoom

National Weather Service Little Rock, AR
National Weather Service Fort Worth/Dallas, TXNational Weather Service Fort Worth/Dallas, TXNational Weather Service Shreveport, LA
The overnight and early morning storms are transitioning east of the area, but additional thunderstorm development remains possible later this morning and into the early afternoon across parts of southeast and east central Oklahoma, as well as western Arkansas. A Slight Risk of severe weather will exist in these areas through early afternoon. Large hail, damaging wind gusts, and flash flooding will continue to be the primary threats, although a very limited tornado risk will exist as well.
There is a potential for severe storms and heavy rain/flooding on Friday. An upper level storm system will approach the area from the west, with a warm front lifting north across Oklahoma during the day Friday. The best potential for severe weather and flooding will come late Friday afternoon into evening. Forecast rain amounts of 4 to 6 inches are possible with locally higher amounts. This will result in flash flooding and river flooding for portions of the area.
.Today...Breezy. Mostly cloudy. Chance of rain showers. Highs 50 to 70.
.Tonight...Mostly clear. Chance of rain showers. Lows 37 to 49.
.Thu...Partly sunny. Warmer. Highs 63 to 80.
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