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   WOUS40 KWNS 251644
   ARZ000-LAZ000-MSZ000-OKZ000-TNZ000-TXZ000-260200-
   
   PUBLIC SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK  
   NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
   1144 AM CDT MON APR 25 2011
   
   ...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS EXPECTED OVER PARTS OF THE SOUTHERN PLAINS
   AND LOWER MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT...
   
   THE NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER IN NORMAN OK IS FORECASTING THE
   DEVELOPMENT OF A FEW STRONG TORNADOES...LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING
   WINDS OVER PARTS OF THE SOUTHERN PLAINS AND LOWER MISSISSIPPI RIVER
   VALLEY THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT.
   
   THE AREAS MOST LIKELY TO EXPERIENCE THIS ACTIVITY INCLUDE
   
          CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN ARKANSAS
          NORTHERN LOUISIANA
          NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI
          SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA
          WESTERN TENNESSEE
          NORTHEAST TEXAS
   
   ELSEWHERE...SURROUNDING THE MODERATE RISK AREA...SEVERE STORMS ARE
   ALSO POSSIBLE FROM CENTRAL TEXAS INTO THE MIDDLE MISSISSIPPI RIVER
   VALLEY...IN ADDITION TO PORTIONS OF OHIO/PENNSYLVANIA.
   
   SEVERE STORMS ARE EXPECTED TO CONTINUE TO INCREASE THROUGH THE
   AFTERNOON AND EVENING OVER PARTS OF THE SOUTHERN PLAINS AND LOWER
   MISSISSIPPI VALLEY...ESPECIALLY INCLUDING PORTIONS OF NORTHEAST
   TEXAS...EASTERN OKLAHOMA INTO MUCH OF ARKANSAS AND NORTHERN
   LOUISIANA. THESE STORMS WILL BE CAPABLE OF PRODUCING TORNADOES...A
   FEW OF WHICH COULD BE STRONG...IN ADDITION TO VERY LARGE HAIL AND
   DAMAGING WINDS. WHILE THE GREATEST SEVERE RISK IS EXPECTED THIS
   AFTERNOON AND EVENING ACROSS THE MODERATE RISK AREA...THE SEVERE
   THREAT WILL CONTINUE WELL THROUGH THE NIGHT INTO THE LOWER AND
   MIDDLE MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY.
   
   OF NOTE...ANOTHER VERY ACTIVE SEVERE WEATHER DAY IS AGAIN EXPECTED
   ACROSS THE SAME GENERAL REGION TOMORROW...INCLUDING PORTIONS OF THE
   ARKLATEX REGION TO THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY. THE SEVERE
   THREAT WILL LIKELY SHIFT A BIT EASTWARD ACROSS THE TENNESSEE RIVER
   VALLEY AND INTERIOR GULF COAST STATES INTO WEDNESDAY. OUTBREAKS OF
   SEVERE WEATHER WILL BE POSSIBLE EACH DAY...INCLUDING A NUMBER OF
   TORNADOES...LARGE HAIL...AND DAMAGING WINDS.
   
   STATE AND LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGERS ARE MONITORING THIS DEVELOPING
   SITUATION. THOSE IN THE THREATENED AREA ARE URGED TO REVIEW SEVERE
   WEATHER SAFETY RULES AND TO LISTEN TO RADIO...TELEVISION...AND NOAA
   WEATHER RADIO FOR POSSIBLE WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND STATEMENTS LATER
   TODAY.
   
   ..GUYER.. 04/25/2011
   
   $$        
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