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Severe Storms Expected Through The Morning Hours In The Lake Area

Severe Weather Tuesday, April 4th, 2023

It could be a one-two punch being delivered by Mother Nature with conditions ripe, again, for some severe weather to descend on the lake area.

That’s according to Ray Miller, from Weatherology, who says the lake area looks to be on the northwest edge of the system that could potentially produce all modes of severe weather.

“At the very least we have storms with straight line winds, hail and more….but the Tornado Threat is NOT that far away.”

The national weather service indicates the line between “destructive” and “mild” tornado chances is now south of the Lake Region.

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been placed in our area until 10AM Wednesday Morning.

See below for the latest weather information.

May be an image of map and text that says 'Valid Until 10:00 AM CDT Wednesday April 5, 2023 Threat Information Severe Thunderstorm Watch TORNADOES ACouple Tornadoes Possible St.-Joseph Junction City Topeka Kansas-City Kansas Hannibal HAIL Isolated Hail Up Το Two Inch Size Possible Columbia Jefferson City WIND Isolated Gusts UpTo70MPossbl Louis Fort Leonard Wood Potential Exposure Joplin Bartlesville Springfield 1 Tulsa Population: 4,263,528 Schools: 1627 Hospitals: 127 Branson Fayetteville FortiSmith Jonesboro Conway SevereThunderstorm#122 #122'

Severe Weather Tuesday, April 4th, 2023

Reporter John Rogger