Severe Weather Outbreak on St. Patrick’s day across the South

Published: Mar. 17, 2021 at 9:06 PM EDT
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A typical strong spring weather system is marching across the deep south with severe weather. This includes tornadoes, hail, flash flooding, and on the cooler side of the storm system- snow.

Early spring severe weather especially across the deep south is not uncommon. In fact, it’s very typical to see a severe weather outbreak at this time of the year.

Often times in the deep south the tornado is obstructed by heavy rain. You can’t always see a tornado coming.

Here’s a storm chaser that was able to capture a tornado via a drone

This system will bring the severe threat to the east for Thursday and across our local area, a small risk but still a risk for high to damaging winds and hail. Our local forecast is on the weather section of

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