Severe Weather Awareness Week: Thunderstorms

Severe Weather Awareness Week: Thunderstorms

Severe Weather Awareness Week: Thunderstorms

The weather service said it will be watching this system closely and will be refining its forecasts over the next few days.

The storm is now moving east toward to the Mississippi River valley, spanning from Mississippi to Indiana. Thunderstorms can be extremely risky.

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Beyond this, fairly nice and stable weather is expected at least through Saturday.

Strong, gusty thunderstorms winds are expected along with some large hail, frequent lightning and even a few isolated tornadoes.

There won't be much down time before the next round of potentially severe storms arrives on Thursday.

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Heitkamp says the weather service also wants you to remember that not all warnings are the same, and people need to listen to the specifics to hear what kind of weather for which to prepare.

A supercell thunderstorm that formed in Central Texas beat the odds and maintained its strength into the overnight to eventually travel through Brazos and Robertson Counties especially, dropping heavy rain and hail along and west of Highway 6.

In the meantime we can continue to enjoy unseasonably warm temperatures with daily highs in the 80s, and dew points running high for the season keeping humidity levels up.

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