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Severe Weather Is Possible Tonight Into Monday Morning Across A Large Part Of Central, East & Southeast Texas; A Much Greater Threat For Severe Weather Is Expected On Monday Into Monday Evening Across Eastern Louisiana, Central & Southern Mississippi, Western, Central & Southern Alabama & Western Parts Of The Florida Panhandle

Severe weather is expected to be a concern across a large part of Texas, including Dallas, Waco, Austin, San Antonio and Houston starting this evening and continuing throughout tonight and into Monday morning. The reason for this potential severe weather is because a upper level piece of energy is forecast to push eastward into southern more »

Some Snow & Ice Is Possible Across The Southern United States & Mid-Atlantic States From Next Thursday To Next Sunday (January 5 To January 8)

Arctic air is expected to push southeastward across much of the United States starting early next week as a ridge of high pressure over the southeastern United States temporarily breaks down. This will allow for this influx of colder air to make it as far south as the Texas, Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi coastline by more »

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays From Crown Weather Services

As another year comes to an end, we wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for being subscribers and supporters of Crown Weather Services in 2016. We hope that we have met, if not exceeded, your expectations this year and hope to continue to do so in 2017. We hope you and your family more »

Christmas Day Severe Weather Is Expected Across Southern Kansas, Oklahoma & North Texas

A strengthening low pressure system is forecast to push northeastward across Nebraska and South Dakota during Christmas Day. This storm system is forecast to bring blizzard conditions to the Dakotas into western Nebraska. To the south of this low pressure system, strong southerly winds will pull Gulf of Mexico moisture northward into the southern Plains more »

Christmas Week Weather Forecast

For Today Through Tuesday: A frontal boundary is forecast to push southward across the Florida Peninsula throughout the rest of today into Tuesday bringing a few showers to much of the Florida Peninsula from this afternoon into Tuesday. Behind this front, some rain is forecast to continue the rest of today across southeastern Georgia, eastern more »

A First Look At What The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season May Be Like

Summary: A first look at the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season reveals that it could be a near average or slightly above average season. The factors that are influencing this preliminary forecast are warm ocean temperatures in the Atlantic and the forecast for a neutral ENSO during the summer and autumn of 2017. Details: After three more »

Christmas Week Weather Outlook

This weather outlook covers the period from this weekend through next week to give you a heads up of what the weather may be like, especially if you have to travel. First For This Weekend – The most significant weather this weekend will be found from the northeastern United States and Mid-Atlantic states westward through more »

Personalized Holiday Travel Weather Forecasts – An Extra Service For Crown Weather Plus Subscribers

As an extra perk as one of our Crown Weather Plus subscribers, we would like to extend the option for you to e-mail us for a weather forecast over the next couple of weeks, especially if you are traveling or if you have friends or family traveling. We think that the weather could be quite more »

Widespread Plant & Crop Killing & Pipe Bursting Freezes Are Expected As Far South As The US Gulf Coast From Thursday Night Through Saturday Morning

A frontal boundary currently is positioned along the US East Coast as of early this afternoon. This frontal system will continue pushing east and southward and behind it, some Arctic air will push pretty far south into the United States leading to below freezing low temperatures as far south as the US Gulf Coast on more »

Southeast Louisiana, Southern Mississippi, Central & Southern Alabama, The Florida Panhandle, North Florida & Southern Georgia: Severe Thunderstorms With Tornadoes Are Expected This Afternoon Through Tonight Into Tuesday Morning

Summary: Strong to severe thunderstorms with a few tornadoes and damaging wind gusts are expected across southeastern Louisiana, southern Mississippi, central and southern Alabama, the Florida Panhandle and southwestern Georgia starting this afternoon and continuing through tonight. Please be aware that this looks to be a nighttime tornado threat across this entire area, so make more »


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