Severe Weather Threat in South-Central US and More Snow


A spring warm-up begins for several days, thunderstorms for the South throughout the week, and a severe weather threat on Monday, a break from snow on Tuesday but returns on Wednesday. Your alerts and 3-day forecast.

NWS weather alerts for Monday

Here are the latest weather alerts from the National Weather Service (NWS) for Monday:

Winter weather advisory: east-central Minnesota; northern Wisconsin; northern Michigan; northwest Washington.

High wind warning: northwestern Montana; southeastern Wyoming.

Wind advisory: southwest Oregon; northern California; central and eastern New Mexico; northern Texas; western Oklahoma.

Red flag warning: southeastern New Mexico; Western Texas.

Flood warning for portions of Arkansas, Tennessee, and Mississippi; several states along the Mississippi River from Illinois to Louisiana.

3-day forecast: Spring warm-up begins

Here is the latest 3-day forecast from the National Weather Service (NWS).

According to the 6-10 day outlook from the climate prediction Center of the National Weather Service, the first few days of spring will have the most days with above-average temperatures for the eastern half of the US, WSLS reported.

Warm weather will move in over the southern US this week, firing up thunderstorms for at least the next three days.

Monday: Severe weather in South-Central US, snow northern tier

Thunderstorms over parts of the South and South-Central US affecting portions of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, western Panhandle and eastern Florida, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Tennessee.

Potential severe weather over Eastern Texas Western Louisiana southeastern Oklahoma and southwestern Arkansas.

Heavy winds and red flag warnings for Western Texas.

Snow over portions of South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Maine.

Rain and mixed precipitation for the Northwest over portions of Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho and Montana.

Tuesday: No snow, but rain and a wintry mix, thunderstorms

The forecast calls for a “no snow” day as spring, and warmer temperatures move in.

Mixed precipitation and rain for parts of the West including Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada and Utah.

Thunderstorms across the South and Southeast over portions of Texas, Oklahoma, and much of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and parts of Tennessee and North Carolina.

Mixed precipitation for the Northeast over New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.

Wednesday: Snow returns in the West, thunderstorms South

Another round of snow moves in over the West affecting portions of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico.

Thunderstorms for the South and Southeast over portions of Alabama, and much of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and parts of Tennessee and North Carolina.

Rain for portions of Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.