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Severe Thunderstorms with Tornadoes and Heavy Rain Threat shifts East for Tuesday

Severe thunderstorms are forecast to develop from the mid-Mississippi River Valley south into the ArkLaTex on Tuesday. These storms can bring large hail, damaging winds, a few tornadoes and flash flooding. Residents should heed any warnings issued and follow local forecast office social media pages for updates. Read More >

Light to at times moderate rain this morning should end by the early afternoon. East winds then strengthen during the late afternoon and gust to 35-40+ mph during the early to mid evening. Finally, a fast moving line of showers and thunderstorms will bring a brief period of downpours and lightning from west to east late this evening through a portion of the overnight. There is a low risk for isolated strong-severe gusts in the dark green shaded area on the enclosed map.
Morning showers are expected to taper off for a brief time by this afternoon, but then thunderstorms overnight will bring areas of locally heavy rain. Cooler temperatures remain in place today but warmth and humidity return for Wednesday. This warmer weather will stick around into the holiday weekend, along with periodic chances of showers and thunderstorms.