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Severe Weather Strikes Midwest, Southern Plains

by Rory Groves        April 22, 2010  |  9:48 pm  |  Category: Latest News

A powerful weather system is moving through the Central and Southern Plains this week spawning severe weather throughout the Midwest and Southern states:

Wednesday, Apr 22

 

States Affected:

Colorado
Nebraska
Kansas
Oklahoma
Texas

Thursday, Apr 23

 

States Affected:

Nebraska
Iowa
Kansas
Missouri
Illinois
Oklahoma
Arkansas
Tennessee
Texas
Louisiana
Mississippi

A Slight Risk means the threat exists for scattered severe weather, including:

  • Isolated Tornadoes
  • Large Hail (up to 3/4-inch)
  • Damaging Winds (58mph or greater)

A Moderate Risk means that widespread severe weather is expected, including:

  • Numerous Tornadoes
  • Very Large Hail (greater than 3/4-inch)
  • Severe Wind Damage

If you reside in the areas affected by these outlooks, be on the lookout for threatening weather conditions and listen for later statements and possible warnings.

 

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