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Almost 40 million people are at risk of bad weather over the weekend



A new storm begins to be organized along the Texas-New Mexico border, and today it is expected that today will be the first round of severe weather from Texas to Mississippi.

Gaps of almost 60 mph and golf gaming have already been reported in West Texas this morning.

  A new storm is formed in western Texas, and its forecast is headed eastward through the weekend. ABC News] A new storm is formed in western Texas, and its forecast is headed eastward through the weekend.
  East Texas is likely to be beaten by mass storms later this day. (ABC News) East Texas is likely to be beaten up by mass storms later that day.

The system moves eastward through the southern plains, from San Antonio to Dallas, and numerous storms are expected later this day.

Weather patterns also show intense localized storms in northwest Louisiana and southern Arkansas over this period of time.

  Northeast Texas is preparing for harsh weather today. (ABC News) weather today.

In a region with a high risk, there is a greater chance of damaging the wind, the big hail and the tornado, because even outside of this region, several storms will evolve from San Antonio to Memphis. It is expected that the main storm will move north to the Midwest overnight.

  The severe weather will leave Texas until tomorrow. (ABC News) The severe weather will be coming out of Texas tomorrow afternoon.
  Areas around New Orleans may show heavy rainfall on a Sunday night (ABC News) Areas around New Orleans can see significant rainfall on Sunday night.
Tomorrow is expected to develop another system that will provide a second justification of the severe weather on the same territory – about San Antonio to New Orleans – as strong raging storms spread in the Mississippi and Ohio rivers. A large region with a low risk of severe weather on Sundays ranges from Texas to Kentucky and includes major cities such as X'stone, Nashville and Louisville. The greatest risk, again, will be to damage the wind, hail and potential tornadoes.

  The severe weather is expected on Sunday for most of the South and Midwest. Southern and Midwest.
  A flood will threaten the South via Monday. (ABC News) Floods will threaten South via Monday.
More than 4 inches of rain may be possible until Monday, especially along the Mississippi River Valley, where there is anxiety over a massive or slow storm. On the morrow, less serious threats are expected

  Warmer temperatures are expected on Sunday (ABC News) Higher temperatures are expected on Sunday.
  Warmer temperatures are expected on Monday. (ABC News) More warm temperatures are expected on Monday.

After storms across the United States should be temperatures from 10 to 15 degrees above normal. Atlanta can see 84 as tall on Sunday, with St. Louis predicting to reach 80. This warm air will go down east and push north to Monday, likely to increase pace along the east coast to 15 degrees above historic averages.

Cooler air over the Atlantic Ocean will start pushing back westwards over New England on Monday, preserving part of the region with cool and cloudy and potentially sharp temperature fluctuations for just a few hundred kilometers


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