Today was day one of what could become a 3 day November severe weather outbreak. So far today we say 4 tornado watches with at least 1 confirmed tornado but 69 reports of severe weather.
This same system is going to move east tomorrow as low pressure forms over the state of Texas. This low pressure developing further south along the front promises to bring day 2 of this severe weather outbreak. Tomorrow we already have a slight risk in place from the Storm Prediction Center for most of the lower Mississippi River Valley. This secondary wave on the front is also the part of the system I;m watching for possible severe weather here in the Carolinas. There is a chance through that earlier rainfall Wednesday morning could help reduce these chances. Here’s a look at some of the possibilities I’m looking at for Wednesday.