Severe Weather Possible Thursday and Friday

Severe thunderstorms are forecast to possibly affect portions of western and central North Dakota Thursday and Friday. The first round of potentially severe thunderstorms will occur across the southwest and south central late Thursday afternoon and evening. A second, and potentially more widespread and severe round of thunderstorms are forecast late Friday afternoon and into the night, spreading from west to east across much of the area. Large hail, damaging winds, heavy rain, dangerous lightning and isolated tornadoes are possible with any severe thunderstorms that do develop. Shown below are the outlooks for severe thunderstorms produced by the Storm Prediction Center. Click on the images to get a larger version and discussion of the forecast reasoning and expected threats.

 Severe Thunderstorm Potential...
Day 1 Severe Weather Outlook
Day 2 Severe Weather Outlook
Day 3 Severe Weather Outlook
Day 4-8 Severe Weather Outlook
Day 1 Severe Weather Outlook from the SPC
Day 2 Severe Weather Outlook from the SPC
Day 3 Severe Weather Outlook from the SPC
Day 4-8 Severe Weather Outlook from the SPC
Day 1 Tornado Probability
Day 1 Hail Probability
Day 1 Wind Proability
Day 1 Enhanced Thunderstorm Outlook
Day 1 Tornado Outlook from the SPC
Day 1 Hail Outlook from the SPC
Day 1 Wind Outlook from the SPC
Enhanced Thunderstorm Outlook from the SPC



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