Severe weather conditions do not leave the U.S.

Severe weather conditions do not leave the United States Weather and Climate

Increased frequency of severe storms in central and southern Great Plains USA. They are dangerous in the form of damaging winds, large hail and potential tornadoes. Rain walked one by one from Dallas to San Antonio, Texas. Some of them were so powerful that on the radar display strong rotation.

The National Weather Service in Norman, Okla., predicts the development of a tornado with large hail and strong winds. For areas of greatest activity is western Arkansas, southeastern Oklahoma, central and northeastern Texas. Powerful storms will likely go with the southern part of Texas to the north.

On 20 March 2012 a cyclone formed over the Rocky Mountains, holds its way towards the Great Plains. Unstable environment with high humidity there is thunderstorms developing east along Interstate Highway I-44 in Oklahoma and northeast Texas, where the evening strong winds are expected. AccuWeather.com meteorologists are especially alarmed by thunderstorms, traveling from Kansas City, Missouri, in the south, as they are a threat not only tornadoes and hail, and floods.

Flash floods continue to plague places that do not stop raining. In Oklahoma, authorities were forced to close the road because of flooding. At risk are the following cities: Waco and Tyler, Texas; McAlester, Muskogee and Tulsa, Oklahoma, Springfield, Missouri, Fayetteville, Arkansas. Rain will grow in Iowa, eastern South Dakota and Minnesota.

SQL - 17 | 0,267 сек. | 7.41 МБ