Severe weather on Wed/Thu?

By: Levi32 , 5:47 PM GMT on February 25, 2007

Sunday morning update:

Our severe weather outbreak over the southern states has for the most part ended this morning. There are no severe watches or warnings at this time, and storms should steadily weaken throughout the day. A total of 14 tornadoes were reported and 88 total reports of severe weather. Today the low responsible for this will continue to weaken over Indiana and southern Michigan. There is a slight risk of an isolated severe storm over northern Florida, but I doubt they'll get anything bad. In fact they could really use the rain, so this is a good thing.

Looking ahead we could have a repeat this Wednesday/Thursday with another low coming across the plains. Right now it looks like the trough associated with it will dig a bit further south than this last one, which could put the gulf coast areas at greater risk. We'll have a better idea of the potential impact in the coming days.

We shall see what happens!

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