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Another Round Of Stormy Weather

A dip in the jet stream across the country’s center early next week brings thunderstorms from Southern California into the southern States.

Meteorologists expect April to follow in March’s footsteps as the forecast has another round of severe thunderstorms. It includes possible tornadoes across the South this coming week. A heightened flash flood danger may accompany the tornado risk.

The initial area of concern for severe weather in the first few days of the week focuses on portions of Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana. In these areas, when compared to the recent outbreaks, the hazardous weather may be slower to evolve and spread eastward Sunday night into Monday night.

As the storm moves eastward, portions of the Southeast and Gulf Coast could all be at risk for severe thunderstorms during Tuesday and even Wednesday of next week, depending on the exact speed of the storm. Portions of Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and the Florida Panhandle could all face volatile weather these days.