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#PC2StormStalkers – Apr 27, 2021 – Overnight Storms in North Texas & Across the Central & Eastern U.S.

A broken squall of storms that’s been causing severe conditions across the High Plains & Big Country of Texas will, upon running into our currently-capped atmosphere in North Central Texas, fall apart by the time it reaches approximately a Sherman-Mineral Wells-Eastland line. Some light showers or storms may make it east into the heart of North Texas – including DFW – with just a bit of rain, maybe some wind, and some lightning.

Things’ll be humid, very mild, and breezy overnight – think 60s.

However, don’t think it’s nearly over, y’all. Overnight, another “round” of storms – some strong & some severe – will fire up in the High Plains & move East into the Big Country, expanding into Southwestern and Central Oklahoma by daybreak. By noontime, these storms will likely be right up on the I-35 corridor, including Dallas/Fort Worth. The risks will be hail to golf ball size, and winds up to and in excess of 60mph.

Another “round” of similar caliber will form in the High Plains at around the same time, and create another “performance” from west to east as the afternoon, evening, and overnight Wednesday into Thursday persists.

A Slight Risk of severe weather exists for the middle “third” of Texas – Southwest, Hill Country, Big Country, Concho Valley, North Central, et cetera – as well as Southwestern and Central Oklahoma. A Marginal Risk exists for most of the rest of Oklahoma, the Ozarks, the Western Ohio River Valley, and the Eastern Great Lakes Region, for hail up to about quarter size & winds to 60mph or so.

General (non-severe) thunderstorm chances exist from the Four Corners states (minus Utah), through the rest of the Central Plains, Texas and Ohio river Valley… as well as the Mid-Atlantic, the rest of the Great Lakes region, up into Southern New England.

With the “circular” (counterclockwise) exception of the Colorado/New Mexico/Arizona activity, storm direction will generally be from west to east.

Stay weather aware, folks!:

  • Baron Critical Weather, WeatherBug, Weather Underground, The Weather Channel, local news/weather apps (all users); wX & RadarScope (advanced users) – configured w/ locations & notifications ON
  • NOAA All Hazards Radio w/ SAME capabilities
  • Local media TV/radio/social media

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