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Severe Weather, Including Widespread Wind Damage & Strong Tornadoes, Are Expected Saturday Afternoon & Saturday Night Across Arkansas, Southeastern Missouri, Western & Central Kentucky, Western & Middle Tennessee, Northern & Central Mississippi & Northern & Central Alabama

Severe Weather, Including Widespread Wind Damage & Strong Tornadoes, Are Expected Saturday Afternoon & Saturday Night Across Arkansas, Southeastern Missouri, Western & Central Kentucky, Western & Middle Tennessee, Northern & Central Mississippi & Northern & Central Alabama: A cluster of severe thunderstorms is expected to develop by Saturday afternoon from the Ozarks through the lower more »

Isolated Severe Weather Today & Wednesday Across The Lower Mississippi Valley; Higher Threat For Severe Weather On Saturday Across The Ozarks, The Lower Mississippi Valley & The Lower Ohio Valley

Today: Some isolated severe weather is possible from east Texas into southern Arkansas and central Mississippi the rest of today. This isolated severe weather will shift into eastern Louisiana and southwestern Mississippi tonight. Hail and gusty winds will be the main threat with any severe weather today. By later tonight, a northward moving warm front more »

A Multi-Day Heavy Rain Event Expected From The Lower Mississippi & Tennessee Valleys To The Southern & Central Appalachians Beginning Tuesday & Continuing Through Next Weekend

Overview: A favorable weather pattern for a multi-day heavy rain event from the lower and middle Mississippi and Tennessee Valleys into the southern and central Appalachians beginning on Tuesday and continuing right through next weekend. Details: Heavy rainfall is expected to begin on Tuesday afternoon across the lower and middle Mississippi and Tennessee Valleys and more »

This Week’s Severe Weather Forecast

Today: No severe weather is expected today, however, a northward moving frontal boundary will cause a few thunderstorms to occur from mid-afternoon into tonight from central and east Texas into southern Arkansas. Monday: An upper level trough will push into the Plains States during Monday while a southwesterly wind flow imports Gulf of Mexico air more »

Updated Thoughts Regarding The 2019 Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico Hurricane Season

I know we are not even into February yet, but I am always looking at the different parameters and signals that go into making a Hurricane Season inactive or active. So, this is what I’m seeing as of right now: The overall forecast continues to be a very difficult one as it hinges on whether more »

1 To 3 Inches Of Snow Accumulation Is Expected Across Northern Louisiana, Much Of Mississippi, Central & Northern Alabama & Northern Georgia Late Tonight Into Tuesday Morning

A strong cold front is expected to push across the Deep South tonight into Tuesday. The passage of this front will cause a rapid changeover from rain to snow to occur across northern Louisiana, a large part of Mississippi and Alabama and northern Georgia starting around midnight tonight and continuing into Tuesday morning. This will more »

Some Snow Is Expected Across Parts Of Mississippi, Alabama & Northern Georgia Late Monday Night & Tuesday Morning

A fairly robust cold front is expected to push across the Deep South on Monday night into Tuesday. This front is strong enough so that it will cause a rapid changeover from rain to snow to occur across a large part of Mississippi and a large part of Alabama late Monday night into Tuesday morning. more »

The Coldest Weather So Far This Winter Is Expected Next Week Across The Eastern Half Of The United States

The coldest temperatures of this winter season is expected to push into much of the United States beginning around Tuesday of next week across the northern Plains States and upper Midwest. This truly Arctic air will push south and eastward into the southern and eastern United States as we head into Wednesday and Thursday of more »

Could There Be A Snow/Ice Threat Across Parts Of The Southern & Southeastern US This Weekend Or Early Next Week? – It’s Possible

The weather pattern may get very interesting in terms of a winter weather threat in about a week from now. An upper level trough of low pressure now located over the eastern United States may strengthen even more by this weekend. This weather pattern may lead to the development of some sort of low pressure more »

Crown Weather Services Turns 25 Years Old

I want to start by thanking each and every one of you for using Crown Weather Services. We have been overwhelmed by your kind words and support. Twenty Five years ago today, January 16, 1994, Crown Weather Services was established. Since that date, the Crown Weather Services website has changed drastically; in fact, I hardly more »




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