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Heavy Rainfall & Thunderstorms in the Deep South & Gulf Coast; Critical Fire Weather Conditions for Southern California

A slow-moving frontal boundary will bring locally heavy rainfall, a few thunderstorms, and the potential of flash flooding to the Gulf Coast and much of the Southeast U.S. into Sunday. Meanwhile, dry and gusty conditions will again result in critical fire weather conditions for southern California. Another round of precipitation will impact the Pacific Northwest by late Sunday into Monday. Read More >

Overview

A line of severe storms tracked east over eastern Iowa, northwest Illinois, and northeast Missouri during the evening of March 6th. Widespread winds over 70 mph, small hail, and several tornadoes were reported. Damage from these storms included: downed trees, power poles, destroyed out buildings, and roof damage to several homes.
 

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