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Southern U.S. Prepares for More Severe Storms

2 weeks ago
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Key Takeaways

  • Flash flooding is the main concern, especially in central Texas, northern Louisiana, and western Missouri.
  • The focus shifts to the southeast US, with areas from northern Florida to coastal Carolinas and central Georgia at risk for severe storms, including tornadoes.
  • While the northern part of the state sees some rain, South Florida remains hot and dry, with potential record highs throughout the week.
  • Expect highs in the mid to upper 90s in Orlando from Thursday through Saturday, with daily rain showers offering little relief from the heat.

Where to Expect Severe Storms

Severe storms are going to reappear across much of the southern U.S. as the new week kicks off. These storm cells will bring a number of risks to the region, including damaging winds, hail, flooding rainfall, and the possibility of tornadoes.

Here is a look at what you can expect on Monday and Tuesday for this corner of the country.



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