Here's a look at where it is taking shape on this Saturday morning across parts of Texas:
The threat for severe weather doesn't increase across the Central Plains until Sunday. Heightened awareness is a must for folks in northeast Oklahoma, southeast Kansas, southwest Missouri and northwest Arkansas.
On Monday, the threat area shifts south and east. Southeast Oklahoma, northeast Texas, Arkansas and north Louisiana will be under the gun for possible severe storms. Storms will tend to weaken during the evening and overnight hours points eastward across Mississippi and into Alabama.
Alabama will see this activity arrive on Monday night into Tuesday morning. As of now, the greatest chance for strong storms is after 10am to the south of I-20. I see this next system more as a nuisance, especially for travelers early on Tuesday. Keep up with this forecast because it could change as we get a better sample of it.
FIRST ALERT remains in effect from Monday evening through Tuesday early afternoon for nuisance showers and storms.
Enjoy the lovely weekend,
Jill Gilardi WBRC First Alert Certified Meteorologist