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Public Severe Weather Outlook (PWO)
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Please note this briefing may be out of date after 1652 UTC on 01/29/2013 and there will be no subsequent updates during the day.
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   ZCZC SPCPWOSPC ALL
   WOUS40 KWNS 291635
   ARZ000-ILZ000-INZ000-KYZ000-LAZ000-MOZ000-MSZ000-OKZ000-TNZ000-TXZ000-300200-
   
   PUBLIC SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK  
   NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
   1035 AM CST TUE JAN 29 2013
   
   ...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WITH WIDESPREAD DAMAGING WINDS AND SEVERAL
   TORNADOES EXPECTED OVER PARTS OF THE LOWER OHIO VALLEY...MID
   SOUTH...AND LOWER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY THROUGH TONIGHT...
   
   THE NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER IN NORMAN OK IS FORECASTING THE
   DEVELOPMENT OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WITH WIDESPREAD DAMAGING WINDS
   AND SEVERAL TORNADOES OVER PORTIONS OF THE LOWER OHIO VALLEY...MID
   SOUTH...AND LOWER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY THROUGH TONIGHT.
   
   THE AREAS MOST LIKELY TO EXPERIENCE THIS ACTIVITY INCLUDE
   
          MUCH OF ARKANSAS
          SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
          EXTREME SOUTHWESTERN INDIANA
          WESTERN KENTUCKY
          NORTHERN LOUISIANA
          PORTIONS OF SOUTHERN MISSOURI
          PORTIONS OF NORTHERN MISSISSIPPI
          EXTREME SOUTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA
          WESTERN TENNESSEE
          EXTREME NORTHEASTERN TEXAS
   
   ELSEWHERE...SEVERE STORMS ARE ALSO POSSIBLE FROM...PARTS OF THE
   SOUTHERN GREAT LAKES REGION SOUTHWARD TO THE UPPER TEXAS AND
   LOUISIANA COAST.
   
   AN INCREASING THREAT FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WILL OCCUR THROUGH
   TONIGHT IN ADVANCE OF A STRONG COLD FRONT MOVING ACROSS THE CENTRAL
   UNITED STATES. THE MOST INTENSE THUNDERSTORMS ARE ANTICIPATED LATE
   THIS AFTERNOON AND ESPECIALLY INTO THE OVERNIGHT HOURS TONIGHT
   ACROSS PARTS OF THE LOWER OHIO VALLEY...MID SOUTH...AND LOWER
   MISSISSIPPI VALLEY. THIS WILL OCCUR AS A FAST-MOVING SQUALL LINE AND
   INDIVIDUAL STORMS CROSS THIS AREA...CAPABLE OF WIDESPREAD DAMAGING
   WINDS AND SEVERAL TORNADOES. SOME STORMS MAY BE SIGNIFICANTLY
   SEVERE.
   
   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.
   
   ..COHEN.. 01/29/2013
   
   $$        
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