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Liveblog - #PC2StormStalkers – Apr 28, 2021 – Severe Weather Potential Today – Texas NE to Great Lakes

Today’s thunderstorm outlook, area-wise, is just as the previous update specified – ‘the middle “third” of Texas – from the southeastern Four Corners and the Southern Plains states (including Texas here), up through the Ozarks, Ohio River Valley, Lower Midwest, Eastern Great Lakes, and the Mid-Atlantic up to Southern New England.

As far as severe weather goes, the “hotspots” (Slight to Enhanced Risk) look to be from Lake Erie on east a smidgen, the Ozarks, Oklahoma, and Texas. There’s a Marginal risk for the northern Ohio River Valley/Lower Midwest.

In Marginal areas, winds to 60+mph and hail, likely up to half-dollars or so at the largest, are possible.

In Slight to Enhanced Risk areas, hail, perhaps as big as teacups, is possible, as are winds well in excess of 60mph and an isolated tornado or several. The Enhanced Risk, the highest today, is within the confines of Texas, from the Edwards Plateau, northeast through the Concho Valley, Hill Country, & North Central Texas, including the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.

There’s already much activity ongoing across the included regions; this will continue through tonight.

Remember to 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
  • PC2StormStalkers/GroveNet!

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