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By: AlecWxForecaster , 5:49 AM GMT on March 29, 2013
*An active weather pattern will likely affect much of the United States tomorrow through the weekend.*
Severe weather will be possible tomorrow, mainly for western Texas, Kansas, and central Nebraska. Large hail and damaging winds will be the primary threat.
During Saturday, the threat shifts east into eastern Texas, central and eastern Oklahoma, and northeastern Kansas. The greatest threat for organized severe weather will be in Oklahoma on this day. Damaging winds and hail will be the primary threats.
Isolated thunderstorms will be possible for many locations in the Southeast. The greatest threat will be Monday morning into the afternoon. At the moment we aren't expecting severe weather in these areas. Heavy rain will be possible in stronger thunderstorms.
DARK GREEN - HEAVY RAIN:
Heavy rain is becoming a good possibility for central and eastern Oklahoma, as well as western Arkansas. An inch or more rain may be possible, especially in strong thunderstorms.
GREEN - WEST COAST:
Isolated heavy rain showers will be possible in northern California, northern Nevada, and Oregon. The greatest threat will be during Saturday morning into Sunday afternoon.
GREEN: MIDWEST AND EAST COAST:
A line of heavy rain showers is expected to form early Saturday morning from Minnesota down into Arkansas. This line of rain will push across the Midwest during Saturday night and into the East Coast Sunday afternoon.
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