We’re in for an active tornado period over the next several days, with Friday-Sunday being the main days to watch.
The 1917 case is perhaps the most relentless of all the outbreak sequence events that that will be covered in this series.
A more significant tornado potential sets up across the South at the end of the week.
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Aside from Friday’s tornado potential, it will be slim pickings over the next seven days.
After a slow start to the week, a dynamic storm system could provide a more consistent tornado threat during the back half of the week.
We are struggling to find the more dynamic storm systems that kept the tornado season so active earlier in the year.
While each day provides some level of tornado threat, the overall tornado potential is pretty low through this weekend.
After an active period across the South, it’s more tranquil for the rest of the week. But tornadoes return soon.
Signs might also point to an active April, but beyond that is trickier.
We have a setup across the south-central U.S. on Sunday that could prove to be one of the biggest tornado producing days of the year, to date.
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