Severe Weather Awareness Week: Thunderstorms

Severe Weather Awareness Week: Thunderstorms

Severe Weather Awareness Week: Thunderstorms

Very large hail and damaging wind gusts will be possible.

The larger area of storms is moving in from Central Oklahoma and tracking northeast at around 35mph. A low tornado threat can not be ruled as well in some of the stronger clusters of storms.

Today's topic is severe thunderstorms. Storms will develop along the dry line and generally move to the east.

The severe weather window will be from about 4 p.m. until about 10 p.m.

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The weather service said a smaller risk of hail and isolated wind damage extends as far south and east as Montgomery and Auburn.

There were 70 reports of severe weather on Sunday, with about 57 hail reports across the Southern Plains.

Areas west of Little Rock face an enhanced risk for thunderstorms to turn severe Wednesday night and into early Thursday, according to the National Weather Service's North Little Rock office.

It may seem like a bit much to go to shelter for a severe thunderstorm, since they happen more often. Thunderstorms will expand in coverage through midday across the Mid-South, and reach peak intensity with daytime heating this afternoon. Each day this week, the National Weather Service is focusing on a different severe weather topic.

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