This is the second severe weather event to impact our area this week and this one has the potential to be stronger.
A surface-low will move across Texas tomorrow morning into the afternoon hours. While the tornado risk is low, a brief tornado can't be ruled out. "If people feel unsafe, I do recommend that, if someone needs to seek shelter, they go way ahead of the storm front". Early model data suggest a organized setup for widespread severe weather.
Numerous watches and warnings will be likely during this time period, so please make sure you have the KLTV Weather App downloaded and that you have signed up for First Alert ThunderCall.
We've already seen more than 400 tornadoes in the United States, and the severe weather season is just getting started.
There is also going to be a threat for heavy rain. This will be possible in both the morning and afternoon.
Showers and thunderstorms are still likely before 10 p.m.
Sadly, we are going to have the play the "if" game with storms this go-around.
Whether the storms will deliver another round of tornadoes is unknown.
Following a round of showers and thunderstorms from the Ohio Valley to the Gulf Coast on Thursday, activity will shift eastward to the mid-Atlantic and Southeast coasts on Friday. Others may even develop into severe storms. This does not mean that a tornado is imminent, but severe storms may produce a tornado somewhere in that region over the next few hours. Calm and dry weather is forecast through the weekend. There is a lot of extra details and meteorological information to learn about on his blog.
All the parameters are coming together for an active day across a large portion of Texas and Louisiana on Sunday.
Another gorgeous day is on the way for Sunday before two chances of active weather return for next week, followed by a cool-down. It's available for Android and Apple Devices.