Will devote this hurricane season to provide up-to-the-minute, basic information when a tropical system is threatening land. Both basins included.
By: hurricaneben , 3:18 AM GMT on April 06, 2013
This severe weather update is for April 6, 2013.
SCALE: 1-3, Low. 4-6, Moderate. >7, High.
WIND: 1/10 (Very Low)
HAIL: 1/10 (Very Low)
TORNADOES: 0/10 (NO THREAT)
No severe weather is forecast for this Saturday so it's a beautiful day for pretty much most of the nation. Isolated strong storms may produce brief gusty winds and small hail over portions of the Central Plains and Midwest but no widespread activity should occur so no scale or rundown is required in this blog post. I'll have another analysis late April 6 or early April 7.
This is a long-term notice regarding Monday and Tuesday's severe weather potential. Rich Gulf moisture combined with a strongly unstable air mass may accumulate into the possibility of a severe weather outbreak both Monday and Tuesday with damaging winds and multiple tornadoes hazards to look out for over states such as Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas and Missouri. This is only a long-term notice, details will be more specific as the event draws closer.
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