Severe Weather Threat for Sunday, March 2, 2014

3-2-2014 7-50-22 AM SPC has issued a slight risk for severe weather today across portions of eastern Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi. This risk area includes Jackson, Baton Rouge, the ARLATEX, Houston, Waco, Austin, and Lake Charles. MyWARN has alerted users in the affected ares to this threat for today. A storm system is moving out of the Four Corners Region today and will be pulling warm, moist air up from the Gulf, while dragging much colder air down from the north. A strong cold front will push east with this system and will enhance the uplift across this region today. Later today, we should begin to see widespread showers and storms develop in eastern Texas and begin to head east. Storms that develop today will be capable of producing all modes of severe weather which includes tornadoes, large hail, damaging winds, and the potential for flash flooding. Additional storms will develop farther east in the risk area overnight. This means that there will be a threat of severe weather into the overnight hours. With the threat of severe weather overnight, it is extremely important that you have a reliable source for severe weather alerts. MyWARN is one of those sources, and due to is extreme precision, you won’t be bothered by useless warnings that do not include your location. MyWARN only alerts users to severe weather that is threatening their exact location, and when MyWARN alerts users, it is time to take action. Follow us on Twitter. Like us on Facebook. Add us to your Google+ circles. Get MyWARN now from the iTunes Store and the Google Play Store

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