The Gulf Coast system will arrive Sunday. Greater than 15 million individuals from Lake Charles, Louisiana to Pensacola, Florida, and northward to Memphis may expertise damaging winds, hail and some tornadoes.
Flash flooding may also be a priority, particularly for areas of Texas and Louisiana which were coping with heavy rain for the previous few days.
“The bottom is already saturated in lots of these areas, so it will not take a lot to provoke flash flooding,” stated Haley Brink, CNN Meteorologist. “In actual fact, some areas of Texas have picked up over 4 inches of rain in simply the final 48 hours.”
Extreme storms and snow?
A second system might be sliding by way of the Mountain West and Central Plains on Sunday.
In western Kansas, the SPC has posted an Enhanced threat (degree 3 out of 5).
By Sunday evening, as colder air pushes in behind the entrance, snow is forecast for the upper elevations of Colorado and Wyoming.
A number of cities alongside the Entrance Vary of the Rocky Mountains will go from having temperatures 15-20 levels above regular to 20-25 levels beneath regular in simply 48 hours.
Denver might be a type of cities feeling seasonal whiplash. On Saturday, the mile-high metropolis reached 86 levels, their common excessive for late June and one diploma shy of the file for Might 1. By Monday, the town might be anticipating a excessive temperature of solely 47 levels — their regular excessive for late February.
The exceptionally heat air forward of the entrance might be fueling yet one more day of extreme storms — this time alongside the Mississippi River Valley area.
On Monday, over 40 million individuals from Dallas, Texas, to Columbus, Ohio, might be underneath the menace for extreme storms. The primary risks might be damaging winds hail, and tornadoes.
The best menace for tornadoes exists from Tulsa, Oklahoma over to Paducah, Kentucky.