- More rounds of severe storms and tornadoes coming
- March 26, 2017; 7:24 PM
- Storms are lined up across the U. S. and Pacific and each one will cause severe weather across the South as they move through.
- Stormy setup continues, severe weather every 2-3 days for many
- March 26, 2017; 12:26 PM
- A series of storms will cause repeated bouts of severe weather over parts of the South over the next several days.
- Severe storms every few days; welcome to spring!
- March 22, 2017; 7:25 PM
- Much of the South will be subjected to rounds of severe weather the rest of March and early April.
- Another front Tuesday with more storms, heat building in the Plains
- March 18, 2017; 7:20 AM
- Fronts will continue to bring occasional cooling to the Southeast, while it gets very warm in Texas and Oklahoma.
- Warmer air returning for now, but a couple more cold fronts are on the way
- March 16, 2017; 9:35 PM
- A weak storm going by to the north will bring in some reinforcing chilly air near the East Coast this weekend, but otherwise, a warmup is coming over the next week.
- Snow in parts of the South this weekend; again early next week
- March 10, 2017; 9:40 PM
- Snow is on the way to parts of the South, in fact, two rounds of it!
- Mid-Mississippi severe storms Thursday night, snow this weekend
- March 09, 2017; 9:54 PM
- Bad thunderstorms will hit some areas Thursday night, then colder air will rush in, leading to snow when the next storm moves through this weekend.
- Lots of questions about weekend snow potential
- March 09, 2017; 4:21 AM
- Some of y'all will see snow this weekend, but exactly where and how much is in question.
- Increasing warmth and moisture to feed storms
- March 05, 2017; 6:45 PM
- Monday looks stormy for many areas west of the Mississippi with a tornado risk.
- A warmup over the next few days, chillier again late next week
- March 05, 2017; 7:19 AM
- A warmup over the next few days helps to feed midweek thunderstorms, then we get chillier again later in the week.
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