Southern states to be hit with more storms — Storm moves back west

Published on Apr 30, 2014 by dutchsinse

Update May 1, 2014 — 1235am ET :

New line of storms developing out in the Gulf of Mexico reaching Northeast towards South Alabama / North Florida panhandle… Currently not as strong as the previous storms — slightly good news.

However, this new outbreak is lead off by damaging winds and strong cell storms forming out to sea.…


Please let everyone you know in the South , Midwest, and Mid-Atlantic states know.

All the forecasts for the East coast to be hit hard tomorrow, also saying the South would clear out… ARE INCORRECT.

The storm made a sudden turn back WEST last night / early this morning (April 30, 2014).

Now going into May 1st, the storm is taking ANOTHER DRAW from the Southwest now. As we expected last night, the system is now pulling up new lines of potential new weather from Mexico, across South Texas and the Gulf Coast.

Already visible on the satellite feeds, the South WILL BE getting hit again with rain, damaging winds, even some hail. Lets hope no more tornadoes.

Keep watch over an ADDITIONAL 2 days in the Southern US into South Midwest / Mid Atlantic states.

States to watch going forward into Friday:

Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, North Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, and even possibly Ohio.


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