We large storm system will pull into the Central United States on Wednesday and Thursday. At this time it appears that a squall line will push through the region – most likely on Thursday. Too early to know the extent of the severe weather threat, however, it does appear that wind fields would support damaging winds, hail, and possible tornadoes.
The inhibiting factor is the lack of deep moisture, however, it is fall and we don’t normally need a ton of moisture to produce severe weather. So, we will keep an eye on the system and see how it develops. This would be our first severe weather threat of the fall season and the first event that we have seen in recent months – for that matter.