Severe Weather Outbreak Takes Aim at Midwest Into Monday


By Kristina Pydynowski – AccuWeather

An outbreak of severe weather is set to take aim at a large part of the Midwest on Sunday afternoon through Monday.

The danger of this outbreak will span about 1,000 miles of the Midwest from Minnesota to Tennessee, putting lives and property in the path of potentially damaging thunderstorms.

Widespread damaging winds, along with hail, flooding downpours, frequent lightning and isolated tornadoes will be produced. It is even possible for the severe thunderstorms to evolve into a long-lasting derecho for a time.

Residents and travelers in the path of the severe weather can use AccuWeather MinuteCast® to know more precisely when a violent thunderstorm will strike so the necessary precautions can be taken.

“Initially, the severe storms late Sunday afternoon will remain discrete with the threat for hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes on the table,” stated AccuWeather Meteorologist Becky Elliott.

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