Severe Thunderstorm Threat In Plains, Mississippi Valley Could Pack Large Hail, Isolated Tornadoes

By : Mahi

Through the weekend, severe thunderstorms in certain areas of the Plains, Mississippi Valley,

and the South could generate damaging hail, powerful winds, and at least a few tornadoes.

The first three months of 2023, according to preliminary data from NOAA's Storm Prediction Center,

featured the most tornadoes of any January-March time period in history, including an outbreak that produced the fourth-highest number of tornadoes in a single 24-hour period ever.

We can thus understand if the prospect of further severe weather makes you feel a little uneasy,

especially if it pertains to regions that have already been affected several times in recent weeks and months.

Thankfully, we don't anticipate the impending extreme weather to be as severe or extensive as the most recent outbreaks.This round, this is what we're looking at.

As the cold front moves east, sporadic strong to severe thunderstorms are probable Saturday evening in areas of the Mississippi Valley and the South.

Threats include destructive hail, devastating wind gusts, and a few tornadoes.

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