Daily Weather Madness: (Sub)Tropical Development and Severe Storms

Happy Weather Thursday!

The tropical system in the Gulf of Mexico is starting to become a little better organized this morning and in the next 24 hours we should have a Depression in the Gulf of Mexico. As I have said before, the main impacts will be heavy rains across the South into the Carolina’s as it appears now. We do have to watch for severe storms and tornadoes in the bands around the system. Sometimes, weak systems that try to intensify over land can produce multiple tornadoes. NHC may classify the system as a subtropical storm.

Speaking of severe weather, a complex of storms or Derecho may develop across northern Iowa this evening may produce a swath of high winds from Northern Iowa into southern Wisconsin and southern Michigan. I would not be surprised to see that system in Ohio Friday afternoon.

More severe storms will develop across the Ohio Valley Friday. Tornadoes and wind damage are possible with the storms.

A more significant outbreak of severe weather will occur from Ontario to Arkansas Monday afternoon. We could see multiple tornadoes with at outbreak.

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