Outbreaks of severe thunderstorms and multiple warnings of a “few strong tornadoes,” have been issued for the Mississippi Valley, northeast Louisiana, and northwest Alabama on Tuesday afternoon. The stormfront could put 40 million at risk of “severe weather,” Axios reported.
“This is a particularly dangerous situation,” The National Weather Service noted. The tornado watch is said to last 8 p.m. ET.
“Supercells are expected to develop this afternoon and track northeastward across much of northeast Louisiana and central Mississippi. Parameters appear favorable for strong and long tracked tornadoes this afternoon and early evening.”
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