One system down and one fast on its heels . Welcome to spring in the southeast . The previous two weeks have been extremely active across the region and that looks to continue . Our next storm system will be approaching the region Wednesday into Thursday . The greatest chance of severe storms tomorrow will be across Arkansas , and Louisiana
The biggest threats will come from damaging winds and very large hail. Like the previous two system there will be very cold air aloft that will help produce very large hail. The storms will slowly slide off to the east tomorrow afternoon into tomorrow night .
Thursday the threat continues sliding off to the east . Here is SPCs latest day 3 outlook. Again we see an enhanced risk over western Tennessee and northern Mississippi
Similar to tomorrow , the biggest threats on Thursday will come from gusty winds and very large hail. There is also a a chance of tornadoes both days however that threat remains fairly low and like the past few days IF a tornado does form it will be rather short lived. One thing we will be watching for Thursday is to see if thunderstorms along the gulf coast choke off the best moisture return helping to limit the severe threat some .
Lots to watch for over the next few days and we will have frequent updates . As always, make sure you have a reliable source for receiving watches and warnings . Stay Weather aware!!