2 Days After Getting Hit Hard, Southeast Again Endures ‘Dangerous Severe Weather Situation’

Written by on April 5, 2017 in Spring 2017, United States of America with 0 Comments

It seems that day after day, severe thunderstorms are sweeping the Southern US. Just two days ago, several large and damaging tornadoes swept the South and today, that same area hit hardest Monday, is under a moderate risk again today. Within the 48 hours between Sun-Mon, some 31 tornadoes was reported.

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A robust squall line swept through the Southeast Monday producing hundreds of lightning strikes a minute!

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Why such an active severe weather pattern? Blame the highly active Pacific storm track and clash between residual cold and increasingly warm and humid air.

Today’s setup.

Credit: Tropical Tidbits

Credit: Tropical Tidbits

Credit: Tropical Tidbits

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Credit: weather.com

The Southeast woke to a stormy morning and a sign of much more to come throughout Wednesday.

Visible satellite loop shows the sun coming up over an already turbulent Southeast atmosphere.

These storms led to a ground stop at the world’s busiest airport this morning.

Current radar

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Air is certainly juicy and increasingly out ahead of the incoming front!

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Credit: weather.com

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