SPC has issued a moderate risk for parts of the South. The storm that is going to cause the all the problems across the South is now coming into the Plains and will streak northeast into the Great Lakes tonight. The combination of a high shear, high dew points ans strong winds aloft will create an environment across the South for the potential of large tornadoes during the initial phase of the severe weather event. Eventually the storms will become a squall line with damaging winds gusts that will continue across the Southeast tonight.

Below is the radar depiction for this afternoon and evening showing the nasty storms moving across the South.