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Stormy Western U.S.

An active and complex weather pattern is in store this weekend through next week, as multiple storms track from West Coast to East Coast. The activity starts today as a vigorous system moves through north-central California into the Intermountain West with rain, perhaps a few thunderstorms and heavy mountain snow. This system will move into the Upper Midwest tomorrow with a swath of heavy snow. Read More >

"Spring Severe Weather"

Severe Weather of March 1, 2007

Another powerful early spring storm system developed over the Central Plains and caused severe weather from the Midwest to the southeast United States. This severe weather event was quite significant as numerous tornadoes occurred with several of these of the strong variety (EF2 or EF3). Much of Mississippi was spared the worst as only 1 tornado occurred with just a handful of severe weather reports scattered about the state. The worst of the weather occurred across AL and GA where several significant tornadoes occurred.

Select links below to view details about specific storms. Each location will contain damage photos from area storm surveys and radar images matching the event.

Yazoo County Tornado (EF-1)