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Critical to Extreme Fire Weather Threats Continues in Southern California; Strong Cold Front in the Eastern half of U.S.

Strong offshore winds in southern California will keep Fire Weather threats Critical-to-Extreme into mid-week. A strong cold front from the Southern Plains to the Great Lakes is slowly moving eastward. A broad area of snow will continue from the Rockies into the Middle Mississippi Valley. Heavy rain and some severe storms with brief tornadoes will shift to the eastern Carolinas late tonight. 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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