Thursday, February 16, 2006
Severe weather possible tonight - Tornado Watch just issued
UPDATE #2: A Tornado Watch has just been issued for all Arkansas counties, most TN counties, and some NW MS counties until 1:00 AM. "Tornadoes, hail to 1.5 inches in diameter, thunderstorm wind gusts to 70 mph, and dangerous lightning are possible..."
UPDATE (5:11 PM): The SPC has just issued a Mesoscale Discussion for the entire Memphis CWA. In it, they say that the Memphis area is being monitored for a possible watch (i.e., Tornado Watch, Severe Thunderstorm Watch) by 6:00 PM (0:00 GMT). Stay with us for the latest.
ORIGINAL POST (4:52 PM): The Storm Prediction Center has placed eastern Arkansas and western Tennessee under a slight risk for severe weather tonight. WFO MEG (National Weather Service - Memphis) has issued a Wind Advisory for the entire County Warning Area (CWA) until 7 PM tonight. Outside MEG's CWA, there are numerous Severe T'storm Warnings and Tornado Warnings. Additionally, there are three Tornado Watches in Missouri and Central-Western Arkansas. Stay tuned to this blog for the latest info concerning this situation.
Later on tonight, I will talk about the possible winter weather event. On a brief note, MEG has issued a Winter Storm Watch for most of the CWA for Fri. Night-Saturday. I will discuss this later.
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