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Note: A severe weather area depicted in the Day 4-8 period indicates a 15%, 30% or higher probability for severe thunderstorms (e.g. a 15%, 30% chance that a severe thunderstorm will occur within 25 miles of any point).
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An enhanced risk day indicates that there is a greater threat for severe weather than that which would be indicated by a slight risk, but conditions are not adequate for the development of widespread significant severe weather to necessitate a moderate category.
Even though this outlook level is called "slight," weather that can occur in this risk area is no less deadly than the weather that occurs in a high risk. Isolated severe storms may produce significant tornadoes, very large hail and damaging winds.
Slight verse Enhanced severe weather threat In advance of the potential for strong to severe storms, the Storm Prediction Center will issue a report that is known as their convective outlook. This is used to help highlight the regions that will have the greatest ingredients for storm development.
Damaging winds and large hail are the main threats with an isolated tornado possible, mainly in the area shaded in yellow below. The storms will move into north ...
The Storm Prediction Center has placed a portion of north central Texas under a Slight Risk (Level 2) and portions of northeast Texas under an Enhanced Risk (Level 3) for tomorrow. Residents in or near the Risk …
Slight Risk (of severe thunderstorms)- Severe thunderstorms are expected to affect between 2 and 5 percent of the area. A slight risk generally implies that severe weather events are expected to be isolated.
A high risk severe weather event is the greatest threat level issued by the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) for convective weather events in the United States.