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1:30 PM | *Severe weather threat on Saturday in portions of the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys to include potential tornadoes*

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1:30 PM | *Severe weather threat on Saturday in portions of the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys to include potential tornadoes*

Paul Dorian

Strong upper motion associated with a wave of energy in the upper atmosphere raises the prospects for severe weather; courtesy NOAA/EMC, tropicaltidbits.com

Strong upper motion associated with a wave of energy in the upper atmosphere raises the prospects for severe weather; courtesy NOAA/EMC, tropicaltidbits.com

Mississippi Valley, Ohio Valley: A classic pattern for severe weather in March is setting up for Saturday in the Mississippi Valley and potentially the Ohio Valley with cold, Arctic air to the north and west and warm, humid air to the south and east.  In this “battle zone” region, severe thunderstorms are likely to break out on Saturday across portions of Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama and this threat includes large hail and perhaps a few tornadoes. There is also a chance this severe weather threat on Saturday extends as far north as the Ohio Valley region including southern Illinois, southern Indiana and western Kentucky. Strong low pressure will head northeast on Saturday towards the Great Lakes and strong upper-level energy will support the outbreak of severe weather in the Mississippi Valley and perhaps as far north as the Ohio Valley.

An “enhanced” risk of severe weather on Saturday in the Lower Mississippi Valley; courtesy NOAA/SPC  Meteorologist Paul Dorian Perspecta, Inc.  perspectaweather.com   Video discussion:

An “enhanced” risk of severe weather on Saturday in the Lower Mississippi Valley; courtesy NOAA/SPC

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.
perspectaweather.com

Video discussion: