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Significant Weather Hazards from Storms on the West coast and in the Mississippi Valley

A powerful West Coast storm is likely to produce areas of heavy rain with life-threatening flash flooding, especially on burn scars, high winds, and significant waves along the coast. Scattered severe storms capable of damaging winds gusts, isolated large hail, and tornadoes, including larger tornadoes EF-2 or greater is expected in parts of the Mississippi Valley into the Ohio Valley. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Oct. 24, 2021 at 7:03:56 pm CDT

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National Weather Service Austin/San Antonio, TX

October is going to be feeling more like "Octoaster" tomorrow as highs are going to be well above average fr much of the region. The current record high at Midland International Air & Space Port is 90 degrees, so we're forecast to break that tomorrow. Fortunately, cooler weather is coming later in the week.
There is a slight risk of severe thunderstorms Tuesday night. Any severe storms that do develop will be accompanied by large hail and/or damaging winds. Be situationally aware!
Drought conditions continue across the region.

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