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MAJOR Thanksgiving Storm!!!


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Major weather problems

9:14 P.M. ET 11/22/2004

 

Tom Moore, Senior Meteorologist, The Weather Channel

 

 

Heavy rain and strong to severe thunderstorms continue to plague much of the South as low pressure organizes over Texas. Flood watches are posted in parts of Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi and Alabama. One round of heavy rain and thunderstorms will move eastward from Mississippi to South Carolina overnight while a strong squall line moves eastward out of Texas to Arkansas and Louisiana. Severe weather, including the possibility of signficant tornadoes, will be a continuing threat with the risk shifting from eastern Texas, Louisiana and southern Arkansas to east of the Mississippi River overnight. Tornado watches are widespread. Long-track supercells are a distinct possibilty. Another east-west line of thunderstorms remains perched across central Georgia and parts of South Carolina.

 

Meanwhile, to the north and west of the strengthening storm, wintry weather is breaking out. Snow is shifting out of Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles into Kansas. Snow, perhaps 3 to 6 slushy inches, likely will knife northeastward from there by Wednesday. The area at risk for snow extends from Kansas early on Wednesday, through Missouri and parts of Illinois, to southern Michigan by Wednesday evening.

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