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Severe Thunderstorms Expected for Portions of the Northeast; Mountain Snow and Heavy Rain Persist in the West

Severe thunderstorms will continue to develop across the Upper Ohio Valley region into portions of the interior Northeast through this evening. Damaging winds are the main threat however, large hail and a couple of tornadoes are also possible. A Pacific storm in the West continues to persist producing mountain snow and moderate to locally heavy coastal/valley rain. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Apr 15, 2024 at 6:40:30 am CDT

Severe thunderstorm chances look to hold off until late this evening into the overnight hours across eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. All severe weather hazards continue to look possible.
A strong storm system will bring severe weather potential to the region tonight into Tuesday. Storms are expected to develop tonight as a a cold front advances east. These storms will sweep across the region into Tuesday morning with a continued severe threat.
The potential for severe storms will linger into Tuesday afternoon as the responsible Pacific cold front moves through the region. All modes of severe weather are still possible.
.Today...Breezy, cloudy. Highs 67 to 83.
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