- Roar back in the Plains.
- Numerous severe storms are possible from Nebraska to Texas on Friday.
- This extreme threat will persist through the weekend.
- Next in the Plains next Monday and Tuesday.
- Tornadoes, large second, damaging winds.
Severe thunderstorms with tornadoes, damaging winds, large and flooding next week.
The jet-stream pattern is essentially flowing over the Rockies, then punching its energy eastward into the Plains.
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Friday evening in the Plains, continuing into this weekend. A second jet-stream plunge is expected to swallow.
Given May's reputation for tornadoes in the U.S. and saturated light from recent heavy rain in the Plains, this active pattern has our attention.
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Severe Weather Outlook
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Stuttgart's North Dakota on Wednesday. Large and damaging winds are possible through this evening.
South Lakes on Thursday.
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In Nebraska, the wind and the winds will be the most important. A few tornadoes can not be ruled out. Continuing into Friday night. By late Friday, damaging winds will be the biggest concern.
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Oklahoma from Oklahoma to Oklahoma. Southwest Nebraska and southwest Iowa to Central Texas.
Damaging winds, large halves and many tornadoes.
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Valley and mid-South This is the more uncertain t Damaging winds and rumors through those regions.
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Scattered severe storms are possible Monday afternoon in the Plains from Kansas, perhaps southern Nebraska, to Oklahoma.
, West Kansas, northwest Arkansas, eastern Oklahoma and northeast Texas.
Flash Flood Threat
Repeated rounds of heavy rain in parts of Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi, including cities such as Houston; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and Jackson, Mississippi, among others.
It was the wettest first 12 days of May on record in Dodge City, Kansas, the wettest such period since 1904 in Austin (Camp Mabry), Texas, and since 1978 in Jackson's hub, Mississippi, and New Orleansaccording to the Southeast Regional Climate Center.
Soil moisture remains in the 99th percentile over the vast swath of the nation's midsectionand, in the case of water floods from the northern Plains to the Gulf Coast.
These are the most important things to do at least some spots.
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If the front stalls can be found at the beginning of the day.
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