Severe storms are on tap for the central and southern Plains this week, with as much as a slight risk issued for today. Heavy rain, hail, damaging gusts, and tornadoes are all on the table.
We’ve been watching a severe weather set-up come together across the southern Plains for today. Low pressure moving east out of the southern Rockies will work with an upper-level disturbance to allow for severe storms to erupt.
Today isn’t the only severe weather day. Both Wednesday and Thursday feature isolated severe weather risks, so far, for the central and southern Plains again.
We’re getting into the more turbulent weather pattern again as the season shift is upon us. Warm weather in the south colliding with the cold weather to the north is the perfect combination for severe storms.
As the season shift takes place, it will be important to keep a close eye on the sky as severe weather chances will be around for the next several weeks. Weather & Radar meteorologists will be monitoring the situation.