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Flooding Rain and Tornadoes Possible This Week as Southern Storms Roll In

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The same system that may bring showers into parts of the Rockies could also have a severe impact on the central and southern states.

While the week began with spring weather and warm breezes in the southern Plains, something far more ominous could be headed toward the central and southern U.S. as early as a Wednesday storm.

Residents may need to prepare for heavy, flooding rain, hail, and tornadoes. Here’s more on what’s to come with these southern storms.

Brewing as Early as a Wednesday Storm

A high pressure system is moving toward the South Central and southeastern states throughout the first half of this week, creating temperatures in the 60s and 70s from Central Texas all the way up to lower Wisconsin.

By Wednesday, temperatures could climb into the 80s and 90s in southern Texas.

As the storm moves toward the Southern Plains and lower Mississippi Valley Thursday into Thursday night, it will mix with these unstable, warm, and moist air temperatures.

This could create a major weather event for Texas weather in March stretching from Austin to Dallas-Fort Worth, all the way up to Evansville, Indiana by Thursday evening.



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