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Almost 40 million with the risk of severe weather over the weekend

A new storm is beginning to organize along the Texas-New Mexico border, and it is expected to deliver a first round of severe weather today from Texas to the Mississippi. Gusts of nearly 60 mph and golf ball size hail have already been reported in West Texas this morning. (ABC News) A new storm forms in western Texas, and it's forecast to head east over the weekend. (ABC News) East Texas is likely to be beaten by massive storms later this afternoon. The system comes head east over southern plains from San Antonio towards Dallas, with many difficult storms predicted later this afternoon. Weather models also show intense local storms in northwest Louisiana and southern Arkansas during that time. (ABC News) Northeast Texas strengthens for severe weather tonight. In a reinforced risk region, there is a great chance of damaging wind, large hail and tornadoes, which even outside this region, several storms will develop from San Antonio all the way to Memphis. The main storm is expected to move north to the Midwest overnight. (ABC News) The difficult weather will go out in Texas tomorrow afternoon. (ABC News) Areas around New Orleans can see significant rainfall Sunday night. Tomorrow, another system is expected to develop, giving a second reason for severe weather over the same area – about San Antonio to New Orleans – which spreads heavily scattered storms in the Mississippi and Ohio River Valley. A major, low-risk region on Sunday is stretching from Texas to Kentucky and includes…

A new storm is beginning to organize along the Texas-New Mexico border, and it is expected to deliver a first round of severe weather today from Texas to the Mississippi.

Gusts of nearly 60 mph and golf ball size hail have already been reported in West Texas this morning.

(ABC News) A new storm forms in western Texas, and it’s forecast to head east over the weekend.
(ABC News) East Texas is likely to be beaten by massive storms later this afternoon.

The system comes head east over southern plains from San Antonio towards Dallas, with many difficult storms predicted later this afternoon.

Weather models also show intense local storms in northwest Louisiana and southern Arkansas during that time.

(ABC News) Northeast Texas strengthens for severe weather tonight.

In a reinforced risk region, there is a great chance of damaging wind, large hail and tornadoes, which even outside this region, several storms will develop from San Antonio all the way to Memphis. The main storm is expected to move north to the Midwest overnight.

(ABC News) The difficult weather will go out in Texas tomorrow afternoon.
(ABC News) Areas around New Orleans can see significant rainfall Sunday night.

Tomorrow, another system is expected to develop, giving a second reason for severe weather over the same area – about San Antonio to New Orleans – which spreads heavily scattered storms in the Mississippi and Ohio River Valley. A major, low-risk region on Sunday is stretching from Texas to Kentucky and includes major cities such as Houston, Nashville, and Louisville. The biggest risk will again be harmful wind, hail and potential tornadoes.

(ABC News) Heavy weather is expected on Sunday during much of the South and the Midwest.
(ABC News) Floods will threaten the South by Monday.

More than 4 inches of rain may be possible by Monday, especially along the Mississippi River Valley, where flash flooding from a massive or slow storm remains a concern. Frequent serious threats are expected on Monday.

(ABC News) Warmer temperatures are expected on Sunday.
(ABC News) Warmer temperatures are expected on Monday.

After the storm over the US, the temperature should be 10 to 15 degrees above normal. Atlanta can see 84 as a pile on Sunday, with St. Louis predicted to reach 80. The warm air will slide east and shoot north on Monday, probably increasing the temps along the east coast to about 15 degrees above historical averages.

Cooler air across the Atlantic begins to drift back west across New England on Monday, keeping parts of the region cool and cloudy and potentially with drastic temperature differences over just a few hundred miles.

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