Severe Weather Briefing Slides - Wednesday Feb 16, 2022 2pm CST
Click HERE for an update concerning the severe weather threat tomorrow.
Changes from the previous update:
We have added a mention of gusty winds outside of thunderstorms tomorrow and some potential for nuisance/minor coastal flooding
Otherwise, no significant changes since this morning
WHAT: MARGINAL to SLIGHT RISK of Severe Weather
WHEN: Mainly during the 12p through 8p timeframe
WHERE: Areas generally along/north of the I-10 corridor, with the greatest threat across southwest Mississippi and the adjacent parishes in southeast Louisiana
CONFIDENCE: We are confident there will be thunderstorms across the area. We have low to moderate confidence a few of the thunderstorms could become severe.
The main threats associated with any severe storms will be:
Additional impacts outside of the severe weather threat include:
Gusty winds during daylight hours Thursday with peak gusts generally in the 35-40 mph range could blow around lightweight objects
Higher than normal tides could lead to some nuisance type coastal flooding of the lowest-lying coastal areas, mainly along southeast facing shores east of the Mississippi River.
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