Tornado Threat Forecast: June 13-19, 2016

A disturbance will challenge the strength of the Death Ridge today through Wednesday, but then the Death Ridge will quell most of the tornado potential for the first half of next week.

Make Tornadoes Great Again! version. Abridged because doing these and working overnights can really just suck the energy right out of me.

1-3 Day

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Monday – High Plains

NUMBER OF TORNADOES EXPECTED: 5-12 – CONFIDENCE: Normal
Tornado Hot-spot: Central High Plains

Tuesday – Eastern Plains, western Midwest

NUMBER OF TORNADOES EXPECTED: 7-18 – CONFIDENCE: Normal
Tornado Hot-spot: None

Wednesday – East-central Plains, Midwest

NUMBER OF TORNADOES EXPECTED: 3-8 – CONFIDENCE: Normal
Tornado Hot-spot: None

4-7 Day

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Thursday – North Dakota

NUMBER OF TORNADOES EXPECTED: 0-2 – CONFIDENCE: Normal
Tornado Hot-spot: None

Thursday – Central Appalachians

NUMBER OF TORNADOES EXPECTED: 0-2 – CONFIDENCE: Normal
Tornado Hot-spot: None

Friday – Dakotas

NUMBER OF TORNADOES EXPECTED: 0-3 – CONFIDENCE: Normal
Tornado Hot-spot: None

Friday – Southeast

NUMBER OF TORNADOES EXPECTED: 0-2 – CONFIDENCE: Normal
Tornado Hot-spot: None

Saturday – South Dakota, Nebraska

NUMBER OF TORNADOES EXPECTED: 1-4 – CONFIDENCE: Low
Tornado Hot-spot: None

Sunday – Eastern Dakotas, northwestern Midwest

NUMBER OF TORNADOES EXPECTED: 0-3 – CONFIDENCE: Low
Tornado Hot-spot: None

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