Next round of storms & severe weather: Late Wednesday

Remigio Civitarese
Aprile 17, 2019

Thursday's system looks a lot like what happened over the weekend: 10 total tornadoes in Alabama and at least 13 in MS (all EF-2 and lower in strength).

Another blast of severe weather will start Wednesday in the central and southern United States as some areas are still recovering from last week's deadly storm. "Initial, isolated storms will present the greatest threat for large hail, possibly topping 2" in diameter, along with high wind gusts and maybe even an isolated tornado. tornadoes can't be ruled out, the primary severe weather threats with these storms is likely to be large hail stones and high wind gusts.

A potent, springlike storm system will bring a chance of storms to much of Texas. The line of storms should weaken as it moves from west to east across the ArkLaTex Wednesday night. Dew points are expected to be in the low 60s on Thursday, which forecasters said may help Thursday's weather from being more intense than it already will be.

Risks for severe storms in Oklahoma City will increase after 5 p.m. Wednesday, Thompson said.

The Kansas City area could see between.5 and.75 of an inch of rain from the storms.

The storms are expected to continue through the night, with the potential for damaging winds and possibly a tornado.

There's also a severe storm threat east of Dallas this afternoon ahead of the main line of storms.

2 Works For You Chief Meteorologist Mike Collier says the highest risk for storms will be in the late afternoon and evening mostly south of Interstate 40 and northwest of Tulsa in Creek and Pawnee counties.

Friday: From Florida to Washington.

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