A very dangerous weekend is announcing for most of the South – particularly violent thunderstorms are expected in Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi on Saturday.
The new storm was held Saturday morning and was crossing Texas. In addition to a widespread epidemic of severe weather from Texas to parts of the eastern United States, this storm is likely to trigger an outbreak of tornadoes in parts of the southern United States on Saturday.
The strong epidemic of weather has already started on Saturday morning in parts of the south with reports of heavy hail in Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi.
A tornado watch was issued for the extreme south-west of Texas until Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. A severe storm warning was issued in parts of western Texas until 9:00 am Flood warnings are also being issued in parts of the southern United States due to torrential rains.
The radar shows a bit of storm activity developing Saturday morning from Texas to Alabama, with the most intense storms in western Texas and near the Arkansas-Louisiana-Texas region.
Strong storms will develop later Saturday in eastern Texas, Louisiana and western Mississippi, which will likely result in strong wind shear and the development of dangerous supercells afterwards. midday. The Rapid Refresh high-resolution model shows many discrete supercells developing during this period and the potential for strong tornadoes. Severe thunderstorms will move into this area from the afternoon and continue until late in the evening.
From Lufkin (Texas) to Jackson (Mississippi), including most of northern Louisiana, the risk of extreme weather is moderate. In the moderate risk area, dangerous tornadoes over long distances are possible. In addition, straight – line straight winds and very large hail are possible from East Texas to the west of Alabama.
Severe storms will continue throughout the night in parts of this region. There is a possibility of persistent severe weather early Sunday morning, with nocturnal tornadoes and destructive winds.
On Sunday morning, the storms will freeze in a line that will likely extend from the Florida Panhandle to Ohio. The main threat will be the right wind and the strong winds. However, encrusted tornadoes could develop in the line of thunderstorms.
The line of storms will have an impact on the Appalachians on Sunday night as they begin to lose their full potential. Nevertheless, many severe thunderstorms, with damaging winds, heavy hail and some tornadoes, are possible when storms are spreading in the area.
There is an increased risk of extreme weather Sunday between Georgia and Ohio, including Atlanta; Charlotte; and Charleston, West Virginia. Damaging winds, some tornadoes and large hail are possible in the area at risk.
In addition to the severe meteorological threat, storms will bring torrential rains to parts of Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi. Rainfall greater than 4 inches is possible in this region, making instant flooding a topic of concern for storms this weekend.