South Texas could see another round of severe storms Wednesday night

A Shelby firefighter walks down Plymouth Springmill Road just south of the intersection of Ohio Route 96 past severe storm damage to homes in Shelby Ohio Sunday

WHAT: Should any storms form Wednesday afternoon and evening, there is a good chance they could become severe. As of Tuesday afternoon, the NWS Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has upgraded the threat for severe weather to an enhanced risk (3 out of 5) for the WAFB viewing area.

As the system treks east, parts of the Southeast could experience severe weather Thursday, with a large swath of the East Coast on track to feel impacts on Friday.

Another blast of severe weather will start Wednesday in the central and southern United States as some areas are still recovering from last week's deadly storm. This front will act as a focal point for afternoon storm development.

Large hail and damaging winds will be the primary threats as severe storms are expected to move across the Kansas City metro area this evening, according to the National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill, Missouri. Know where to go in your home if you are included in a Tornado Warning and make sure you have a way of receiving those very important weather warnings, either by cell phone or weather radio.

The weather service said there is also the potential for a few supercells to develop ahead of the main line in central and south Alabama.

Numerous parameters for severe weather will be in place - except moisture. While a tornado can not be ruled out, the chance for tornadic activity is low.

The clouds are expected to clear out in time for Easter, with much warmer temperatures and sunnier skies.



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