Wednesday, April 10, 2013

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A Mosaic of Major Weather
EXTENSIVE SPRING STORM DELIVERS DANGEROUS MIX ACROSS MULTIPLE STATES

6:55 AM EDT 4/10 (Severe Weather Team)  

Millions across the southern plains to the Ohio Valley and Northeast have been experiencing a wide range of effects from what appears to be the kickoff storm of the Spring severe weather season. 

The latest NOAA Storm Prediction Center Outlook, as depicted left, points to a 30% Risk of Damaging Winds extending from the Southern Mississippi Valley to central Indiana and Illinois. 


A LOCAL VIEW. Ahead of this severe weather potential, warm air is surging across the Eastern U.S., bringing an early summer feel to the days and nights in many of our forecast zones across the region. Behind the sprawling assemblage of fronts, surprisingly strong winter-like weather has buried parts of the Rockies, central and northern Plains with up to 12"+ of snow. For an authentic look at local reports in these areas, we invite you to visit forecast pages from our team at the following locations: