Strong winds, large hail, and the chance for tornadoes are all possible Sunday across parts of the Southeast.
With the ongoing storms from Saturday pushing east and plenty of moisture streaming in from the Gulf of Mexico, severe storms will be likely across Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.
And because of the favorable conditions for some tornadoes, a watch has been issued for parts of Mississippi and Alabama until 6 p.m. Central.
Strong, gusty winds appear to be the biggest threat, but tornadoes and hail can’t be ruled out.
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With all the ongoing storms, a flooding threat exists through Monday.
This same system produced severe weather in eastern Texas on Saturday, where several tornado warnings were issued around the Houston metro region.
The front is expected to clear most of the country by Monday except for portions of the Sunshine State.
Isolated thunderstorms will be possible for parts of South Florida, but they are expected to remain below severe limits.
The cold front will live up to its name and help usher cooler air to start the workweek.
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