Tornado risk 'can't be ruled out' as severe weather hits New Orleans area Thursday
01 April, 2018, 04:49
EASTER SUNDAY: A cold front is now expected to sag into north MS during the day. If a line does develop, it is likely to gradually weaken as it moves toward the Lower Valley by around 2-3am. The front then passes fairly quickly, at least compared to its slow history. This will lead to additional cloud cover and the chance of scattered showers. Temperatures will be quite a bit warmer as well.
So as we continue on with our day and head into the nighttime hours we'll see spotty rain coverage expand as the main line tracks east.
While the threat of flooding rains should be confined to just northwest of the Acadiana area, the chances of showers and locally heavy storms will increase late Wednesday night through Thursday morning.
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Chesley says any storms that move through have the potential to become severe with high winds, heavy rains, hail and vivid lightning.
Skies becoming cloudy today with highs in the mid to upper 70s. Even by the evening commute the rain will still be impacting Sand Mountain. The Storm Prediction Center has placed the entire area under a Slight Risk for Severe Thunderstorms. Any severe storms that form will be capable of producing strong wind and damaging hail. Cooler, drier air flows into the state for the latter half of the week following the frontal passage; some spots could deal with some frost early Thursday, with lows in the mid 30s possible for colder locations.