Active Weather Pattern – Damaging Winds & Large Hail Through Midweek

Active Weather Pattern Through Midweek

Weather Update Partnering Meteorologist with WeatherBug Lanny Dean – Extreme Chase Tours, LLC

Damaging gusts of wind up to 55 or 60 mph and hail the size of quarters or even golf balls are the biggest concerns this evening into tonight, but an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out… Watch Video For More Updates!

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Today (Monday) into Monday Night

Scattered severe thunderstorms capable of mainly hail and damaging winds are possible from southeast New Mexico into parts of west Texas and southwest Oklahoma late this afternoon and evening. Isolated severe storms will also be possible across parts of southern Wisconsin, eastern Iowa, and northern Illinois through the evening hours.


Severe thunderstorms capable of producing isolated large hail and wind damage are expected across parts of southeast New Mexico and Texas on Tuesday afternoon and evening. Additional strong storms may produce isolated gusty winds and small hail from northern Kentucky into southwest Pennsylvania Tuesday afternoon and evening.


Thunderstorms associated with a wind damage and large hail threat are expected to develop across parts of south-central and southeast Texas on Wednesday.

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