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An Enhanced Risk of Severe Thunderstorms is Forecast Today and/or Tonight

Widespread strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible across parts of the lower Missouri Valley into the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys, later today into tonight. Multiple rounds of storms with the threat for large hail, damaging wind gusts, and a few tornadoes are possible from parts of east-central Missouri into central/southern Illinois and Indiana, much of Kentucky and adjacent portions of northern Tennessee.
 For additional details, see the latest Day 1 Convective Outlook.
Hazard Sun (05/26) Mon (05/27) Tue (05/28) Wed (05/29) Thu (05/30) Fri (05/31) Sat (06/01) Sun (06/02)
Severe Enhanced Slight Marginal No Area No Area No Area No Area No Area
Fire Elevated No Critical No Area No Area No Area No Area No Area No Area

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Severe Weather Climatology (1982-2011)

Any Severe Probabilities: 26 May

Tornado Probabilities: 26 May

Damaging Wind Probabilities: 26 May

Severe Hail Probabilities: 26 May

Significant Tornado Probabilities: 26 May

Significant Wind Probabilities: 26 May

Significant Hail Probabilities: 26 May


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Wildfire Climatology (1992-2015)

100 Acres Wildfire Probabilities: 26 May

300 Acres Wildfire Probabilities: 26 May

1000 Acres Wildfire Probabilities: 26 May

5000 Acres Wildfire Probabilities: 26 May


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