Severe Storm Threat to Focus on Corridor from Houston to St. Louis Wednesday

By AccuWeather

The threat of damaging and dangerous thunderstorms will shift farther east on Wednesday and will be centered from the middle Mississippi Valley to the Gulf Coast.

As the storm system responsible for a severe weather outbreak over the Plains on Tuesday moves eastward, so will the risk to lives and property.

On Wednesday, the threat of violent storms will extend along an approximate 800-mile-long swath from Missouri and central Illinois to eastern Texas and coastal areas of Mississippi and Alabama.

Continue reading at AccuWeather: Severe Storm Threat to Focus on Corridor from Houston to St. Louis Wednesday

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