A Severe Weather Outbreak, Including Tornadoes, Is Possible In the Plains, Midwest Beginning Monday

A Severe Weather Outbreak, Including Tornadoes, Is Possible In the Plains, Midwest Beginning Monday

Severe Weather Outlook: Potential Outbreak Ahead

Severe Weather Outlook: Potential Outbreak Ahead

A dangerous severe weather setup is shaping up for the upcoming week, with the possibility of severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, damaging winds, and hail across various regions of the United States.

When/Where Is The Threat

  • Monday: Severe thunderstorms expected in western North Texas, Oklahoma, southern Kansas, and possibly extending into Missouri Valley, Nebraska, and western Iowa.
  • Tuesday: Severe threat could extend from the upper Mississippi River valley to northeast Texas, Arkansas, and northwest Louisiana.
  • Rest of the Week: Thunderstorms in the Ohio Valley, Tennessee Valley, and possibly parts of the East.

Reasons for Potential Outbreak

Factors contributing to the severe weather potential include warm and humid air, a powerful jet stream, and strong low pressure systems. However, cloud cover may initially hinder storm development.

Active April

April has already seen multiple severe weather events, including tornado outbreaks and flash flooding across various regions of the U.S.

Stay informed and prepared for severe weather by following updates from meteorologists and having a severe weather shelter plan in place.

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