Severe Storms Continue Over the Central Mississippi Valley
Severe thunderstorms with damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes will continue over the central and lower Mississippi Valley. Heavy rain with localized flash flooding remains possible over the central Appalachians and lower Mississippi Valley. Heavy snow and cold temperatures continue from the central Plains to the northern Rockies.
High and low forecast temperature values represent air temperature.
Water temperature forecast is experimental.
Last Update: 10:16 pm CDT Apr 30, 2016
Forecast Valid: 12am CDT May 1, 2016-6pm CDT May 7, 2016
LAKES TONIGHT. MEANWHILE AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE OF 29.7 INCHES
OVER THE SOUTHERN PLAINS AND MID MISSISSIPPI VALLEY WILL SHIFT
NORTHEAST TONIGHT AND EVENTUALLY ACROSS SOUTHEASTERN ILLINOIS
EARLY SUNDAY WHILE FILLING TO 29.8 INCHES. THE LOW WILL THEN MOVE
ACROSS THE UPPER OHIO VALLEY BY LATE SUNDAY. HIGH PRESSURE OF 30.2
INCHES WILL THEN SETTLE ACROSS THE NORTHERN AND CENTRAL GREAT
LAKES REGION ON MONDAY. THE HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE WILL WEAKEN TO
30.0 INCHES ON TUESDAY WHILE PUSHING SOUTH INTO THE OHIO VALLEY.
LOW PRESSURE OF 29.4 INCHES WILL MOVE SOUTHEAST ACROSS ONTARIO
INTO SOUTHWEST QUEBEC TUESDAY NIGHT...AS A TRAILING COLD FRONT
PUSHES SOUTH ACROSS THE WESTERN LAKES.
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