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Largest U.S. Severe Weather Outbreak in Over a Decade This Week


“A powerful spring-time low pressure system marched through the southeast Monday afternoon and evening causing widespread severe weather. By Monday late afternoon a line of powerful thunderstorms stretched from Ohio all the way down to Texas packing high winds, large hail, and even tornadoes.

There have been over 1,300 severe weather reports into the Storms Prediction Center in Norman, OK from Monday’s outbreak. The image above is a map of Monday’s storm reports from the Storms Prediction Center. That is the most severe weather reports since the year 2000 in one 24 hour period. A majority of the reports, over a thousand, were for severe straight line winds.”  Read more.

 

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