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Tornado watch issued for Monroe, Randolph counties

16 April 2018

The winter of 2017-18 just doesn't want to end. Specifically, what to do if one forms. On Sunday, temperatures will likely be on either side of 40 degrees.

"It's our opportunity to practice having students be prepared for severe weather if it were to happen, because it's definitely a reality here in Wisconsin", said Patterson.

A firefighter reported 3 inches of rain had fallen in the Palm Lake neighborhood in Slidell as of 12:56 p.m. Twisters during that time period have led to 1,982 injuries and 99 deaths.

Andrew Pritchett, NWS meteorologist, said it remains uncertain when the slow-moving front makes its way into the Valley.

The timing of the event is not certain but the forecast calls for storms to start entering the Shoals by pre-dawn Saturday.

"And it's Alabama and it's April, so we can't rule out the possibility of a tornado". Almost three-quarters of all tornadoes in Minnesota have occurred during the three months of May (15 percent), June (37 percent), and July (25 percent). Last year, there were 23 tornado touchdowns in the state.

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In the event of a tornado warning, which indicates a tornado has been sighted or indicated on radar, Duke officials will send a text and email notification to students, faculty and staff. Most cities and counties will activate outdoor warning siren systems.

Showers and thunderstorms in advance of the cold front are expected to reach the Rock Hill area by early afternoon, with the worst of the weather predicted for the mid and late-afternoon hours. It will be issued as a test of family preparedness in the home and for second shift workers. First Alert Weather Days are created to give you an early notification about the possibility of severe weather in your area.

Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected across much Missouri and eastern Kansas late this afternoon and evening, the weather service said.

Sunday's high temperature would be 34, according to the Weather Service forecast.

"The line of storms will begin to move into our western counties by 5 or 6 p.m. and closer to Raleigh after that". It's part of the Wisconsin Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness week.

Tornado watch issued for Monroe, Randolph counties