Nothing has changed since yesterday's detailed post concerning the upcoming severe weather threat this week.
We start today, with a large hail, damaging wind and isolated tornado threat mainly out over the High Plains of Kansas, western Oklahoma and eastern parts of the panhandle region.
For detailed severe weather outlook maps for the upcoming week, please visit the Severe Weather Headquarters page. Once you're there, just click on the "Severe Weather Outlook for Today" map at the top of the page and you can then scroll through the next 7 days worth of outlooks.
If you live in the severe weather outlook areas for today, please be sure to stay alert this afternoon and evening, and make sure that you have a way to receive severe weather warnings for your area - no matter what time of day or where you might be.
I'll post another update here on the blog later this afternoon, covering both today as well as the upcoming days...
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