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Expanding Heat Wave; Heavy Rainfall Across the Upper Midwest and Gulf Coast; Snow for the Northern Rockies; Critical Fire Weather for Southwest

Diverse pattern across the country with accumulating heavy wet snow across the northern Rockies into the new week. Meanwhile, deep tropical moisture is expected to move ashore across the Gulf Coast States with the threat of heavy rainfall. This threat extends into the upper Midwest where flash flooding and a few severe storms. In addition, a heat wave is building from the Plains into Northeast. Read More >

Overview

An unstable atmosphere combined with unseasonably strong wind shear allowed for isolated supercells to develop across southern Indiana on the evening of May 7, 2024. The environment was favorable for brief tornadic activity and resulted in a short-lived EF-0 tornado in Clark County, Indiana.

 

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EF-0 damage to a home near Perry Crossing, IN
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