Thursday night into Friday morning weather: Tornado warning, flood watch


Flood Watch Now thru Thursday Morning, Splat:Melt Snow …
Thursday: Rain Ends, Steady Temp Drop. The Flood Watch ends at noon. So should the rain. The high Thursday will be 50, but we will reach that just after midnight tonight. Then the temp drops: 48 by 9 AM Thursday, 46 by noon, 42 by 6 PM, 36 by midnight Thursday night. Early Friday Morning Snow – Splat:Melt? Or Splat:Stick


National Weather Service Watch Warning Advisory Summary
During Thursday afternoon into Thursday evening, there is an enhanced risk of severe weather with all modes of severe weather possible. Heavy rainfall may lead to river flooding or even some localized flash flooding. Strong northwest winds are expected Thursday night into Friday with much colder air. .SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT…


National Weather Service Watch Warning Advisory Summary
DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…Thursday through Tuesday Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms may be possible Thursday night into early Friday…especially west of I-65. .SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT… Spotter activation may be needed overnight Thursday into Friday.


Powerful storms, possible tornadoes leave wake of …
Clearing skies develop Friday night, with temperatures cooling into the upper 20s into Saturday morning. FIRST ALERT: Flash Flood Watch continues for #CLT & the . @wbtv_news area through tonight. Heavy rainfall rates will likely to lead to localized flooding, both in rural & urban areas.


National Weather Service Watch Warning Advisory Summary
The main threats will be marginally severe hail and wind. Strong southwest winds will develop behind a dryline and cold front by Thursday afternoon across portions of eastern Oklahoma. Wind gusts could approach 40 mph at times. A cold front will slide across the region Thursday night into Friday morning.


Dry Through Wednesday Evening, Strong Storms Possible …
Even though a cold front is moving through today, we’re not going to get much cooler. We’re up to 66° for the high, then temperatures drop into the low 50s and mid 40s by morning.. We’ll stay dry throughout Wednesday morning and afternoon, maybe a little bit of sun as well if we’re lucky, 66° once again for the high.A few showers will make their way to us around 11PM-1AM Wednesday night.


National Weather Service Watch Warning Advisory Summary
Flood Warning National Weather Service Fort Worth TX 257 PM CDT Tue Mar 17 2020 …The National Weather Service in Fort Worth TX has issued a Flood Warning for the following rivers in Texas…


National Weather Service Watch Warning Advisory Summary
Flood Statement National Weather Service Fort Worth TX 811 AM CDT Tue Mar 17 2020 …The Flood Warning is extended for the following rivers in Texas…


National Weather Service Watch Warning Advisory Summary
National Weather Service Watches, Warnings & Advisories … with temperatures falling below freezing will cause roads to become snow or ice covered across much of the region Thursday night into Friday morning. Snowfall totals of 1 to 3 inches are expected north of a Marshfield to Sister Bay line, with locally higher amounts in northern Vilas …


National Weather Service Watch Warning Advisory Summary
The strongest storms will produce brief heavy rainfall and gusty or locally damaging winds. An isolated tornado also can`t be ruled out with any stronger storm. .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…Thursday through Tuesday. Strong to severe storms may again be possible later Thursday into late Thursday night ahead of a cold front.
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