US National Weather Service (weather.gov)
Keep an eye out, as scattered thunderstorms are expected to move through the lower Ohio Valley today into tonight. There's a chance for some severe weather.
A turn to active weather is coming on Friday PM, with active weather continuing through the weekend. There is a Marginal Risk (Level 1 of 5) of severe thunderstorms both Friday and Saturday
Severe storms/tornadoes are possible this afternoon through tonight from southeast Texas into southern Louisiana. Farther north, isolated hail and strong wind gusts will also be possible across parts of East/North
Scattered thunderstorms, some severe, will be possible Thursday mainly over southeast Texas. A conditional risk for a few tornadoes will be possible
The next few days bring a change to the current weather. Temperatures will significantly warm up, and chances for rain increase. Multi-day rainfall event begins Friday, bringing 3”- 6” of rain in the Florida
Following several coronal mass ejections (CMEs) on Nov. 27 and 28, we are now predicting a strong (G3) Geomagnetic Storm , and have issued a Geomagnetic Storm Watch beginning 00 UTC Friday (7pm EST Thursday)
11/29/23 635AM ET 32 A widespread light freeze is being observed early this morning within the freeze-warned area - valid as of around 6AM ET
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