A severe risk will develop Wednesday afternoon and evening across the Gulf Coast States as a potent cold front races east. Ahead of the cold front, strong to severe storms will develop during the afternoon and evening hours from eastern Texas, Louisiana, southern Mississippi, southern Alabama, and the Florida Panhandle. The main concern is damaging wind gusts but a few tornadoes are possible too. The highest severe threat is east of I-45 and south of I-20. Find out more details on Wednesday’s severe threat and Thursday’s severe threat as it moves east into Georgia and the Carolinas.
Make sure you keep up-to-date with tomorrow’s forecast if you live in or near an area that is expecting severe weather. Have a plan in place in case a warning is issued for your area.