A strengthening storm system is expected to bring the risk for several days of severe weather across the Plains and into Deep South.
More heavy snow will also be in the forecast over some of the same areas that received historic snowfall over the weekend.
Heavy rain, flash flooding and severe storms will start later today and continue through Thursday.
The highest risk for strong storms, including tornadoes, will be on Wednesday, where the National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center has issued a “moderate” risk bullseye for large hail, damaging winds and the possibility for destructive tornadoes.
This area includes cities like Birmingham, Alabama, Little Rock, Arkansas and Memphis.
Also, high winds, warm temperatures and low humidity will keep the fire danger high over parts of the southern High Plains.
Janice Dean currently serves as senior meteorologist for FOX News Channel (FNC). In addition, she is the morning meteorologist for FNC’s “FOX and Friends” (weekdays 6-9AM/ET). She joined the network in January 2004. She is the author of several books. Her latest is “Mostly Sunny” (Harper Collins, March 5, 2019) Click here for more information on Janice Dean.
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