A Hard Freeze Is Forecast To Impact Areas As Far South As Houston, New Orleans, Mobile, Pensacola & Jacksonville On Thursday Night & Friday Morning

A shot of cold air is expected to push south and eastward across much of the central, southern and eastern United States as soon as Thursday and Friday. This cold air is forecast to remain in place across the central, southern and eastern United States through at least mid-December. What this potentially means are some more »

Heavy Rain & Severe Weather Is Expected Across Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia & The Florida Panhandle From This Weekend Into Early Next Week

An area of low pressure is forecast to develop over far south Texas and northern Mexico by late Friday or early Saturday and remain over south and east Texas through the entire weekend before pushing northeastward into the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys during Monday and Tuesday. Heavy Rainfall Threat: Heavy rain is expected to impact more »

Eastern & Southeast Louisiana, Much Of Mississippi & Central & Northern Alabama: There Is A Substantial Tornado Threat For You From Late This Afternoon Through This Evening & Into The Overnight Hours Of Tonight

Summary: Severe thunderstorms are expected to develop across Louisiana by mid to late afternoon and intensify as they push eastward into Mississippi and Alabama this evening and during the overnight hours of tonight. Damaging wind gusts, isolated hail and much more importantly, a substantial tornado threat exists with these storms from very late this afternoon more »

East Texas, Louisiana, Southern Arkansas, Western, Northern & Central Mississippi & Western & Northern Alabama: Severe Thunderstorms With Tornadoes Are Expected This Afternoon Into This Evening

A strong area of low pressure will remain nearly stationary over the northern Plains states this afternoon and tonight. A robust cold front attached to this low pressure system will push across the Deep South this afternoon reaching eastern Mississippi and western Alabama by this evening. During tonight, this cold front will push as far more »

Southeast Texas, Northern & Central Louisiana, Southern Arkansas & Western Mississippi: Tornado Producing Severe Thunderstorms Are Expected On Monday Into Monday Night

An area of low pressure is forecast to form by later today across western South Dakota as a frontal boundary pushes eastward into the western part of the Plains states during this afternoon and this evening. This storm system is forecast to push as far east as southeastern Nebraska, eastern Kansas, central Oklahoma and north more »

Severe Weather & Heavy Rainfall Will Be A Threat Across The Southern & Southeastern United States Early Next Week

A robust trough of low pressure is forecast to push eastward across the central United States during Sunday and Monday and then reaching the eastern United States during Tuesday. This upper level trough of low pressure is forecast to lead to the development of a surface low pressure system that will push across the northern more »

Very Dangerous Hurricane Otto Will Make Landfall In Costa Rica & Nicaragua Later Today

Hurricane Otto: 7 am EST/6 am CST Statistics: Location: 11.0 North Latitude, 82.9 West Longitude or about 90 miles to the southeast of Bluefields, Nicaragua. Maximum Winds: 105 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 976 Millibars or 28.82 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 8 mph. Otto is intensifying this morning according to satellite more »

Otto Is Expected To Impact Central America As A Hurricane On Thursday; Severe Weather Is Possible Late This Afternoon Into Tonight From Central & East Texas To Eastern Oklahoma & Western Arkansas

Tropical Storm Otto: 10 am EST/9 am CST Statistics: Location: 10.4 North Latitude, 79.2 West Longitude or about 330 miles to the east-southeast of Bluefields, Nicaragua. Maximum Winds: 70 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 986 Millibars or 29.12 Inches. Forward Movement: Stationary. Otto is close to hurricane strength according to the latest reconnaissance flight into the more »

Tropical Depression #16 Forms In The Southwestern Caribbean

Tropical Depression #16: 10 am EST/9 am CST Statistics: Location: 11.5 North Latitude, 79.3 West Longitude or about 175 miles to the east-southeast of San Andres Island. Maximum Winds: 35 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1002 Millibars or 29.59 Inches. Forward Movement: Stationary. Tropical Depression #16 has formed in the southwestern Caribbean just off of the more »

Invest 90-L Located In The Southwestern Caribbean Is A Little Better Organized & Tropical Development Remains Possible During The Early To Middle Part Of Next Week

Invest 90-L Located Over The Southwestern Caribbean: The shower and thunderstorm activity associated with Invest 90-L, which is remains parked in the southwestern Caribbean, have increased and become better organized over the past 12 to 24 hours. This organization trend is going to be monitored throughout this weekend into next week to determine whether we more »

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