High-End Severe Weather Event Possible Saturday!

High Risk For Severe Weather!

(Blog updated at 11:45 AM MDT.)

Seldom will you see such strong wording coming out of the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center(SPC) concerning Saturday's severe weather outbreak.

Quote- "Tornado Outbreak Likely Across The Southern And Central Plains Northward Into The Mid-Missouri Valley From Saturday Afternoon Through Saturday Night...A High Risk Will Be Issued Due To The Potential ForA High-End Life Threatening Event Across The Southern And Central Plains."

The greatest risk for large hail, damaging thunderstorm wind gusts, and tornadoes will lie in the Moderate and High Risk shaded areas. There will be the potential for strong tornadoes with the possibility of a tornado outbreak in these areas Saturday afternoon and evening!

If you have family or friends who live these shaded areas on the map above, you may want to have them monitor their local weather via these National Weather Service Web Page Links-

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