The front faces parts of northern Texas and Oklahoma (level 2 of 5) with severe storms on Wednesday. As the front moves eastward, the serious threat of weather decreases.
The Cold Front will be tracked through Carolina overnight from Thursday to early Friday. This will bring with it numerous downpours as well as marginal risk (level 1 of 5) for severe storms. The main threat is destructive winds, but individual tornadoes and localized floods cannot be ruled out. Although the serious threat of weather is low, it is not zero. Keep an eye on the weather from Thursday evening to Friday morning.
TERM: 9pm Thursday – 4am Friday
THREAT: The main threat is destructive wind, but individual tornadoes and localized floods cannot be ruled out.
The total amount of rain seems to be higher around and north of I-40 and then decreasing further to the southeast.
Ahead and along this front will be strong winds, even outside individual thunderstorms. Steady wind will be 10-20 m / s, gusts up to 35 m / s are possible. Secure any loose items on your porch or yard in advance. The peak of the wind will take place from 21.00 on Thursday to 4.00 on Friday.
We understand early on Friday, the clouds are rapidly decreasing.
The cold front at the end of the week threatens an isolated strong storm
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