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Louisiana took brunt of severe weather hits the last couple of days. So far, no deaths have been reported.  Most were of the F1 and F2 categories. Lots of trees and power lines along with structural damages have been observed during the NWS assessments. More areas will be assessed today.
More than 3 dozen tornadoes have been reported across the Southern states and some bad weather is still ongoing in South Georgia and Florida this morning. Lots of damage from the high winds, hail, rain, flooding and tornados. There are some missing people in those areas that are anticipated to be found to have NOT survived once daylight allows first responders access into the damaged areas. Please keep everyone in the affected areas in your prayers.
Here we had a high wind gust of 27 miles per hour with many sustained 10 minute averages of 15 to 19 miles per hour. I have not had any damage reports sent to me at this point, but with the large number of  trees not knowing they are dead from the drought, I do expect some damage to be showing up today.
Today, a temperature of about the same as yesterday's 65 degrees, but with Sunny skies and Much less wind.... 7-8am another disturbed upper air mass will show up with less windy (15 mph max)conditions and it will quickly move through the area. It will be mostly Sunny with a high of 75 degrees and only a few passing clouds.
Wednesday will see lots of Sun, light winds, and another day of mid 60 degrees.
Below is a graphic showing our next disturbed area our over Eastern New Mexico and West Texas that will move into our area as I mentioned above.
So, for those of us excited about Sunshine and more normal temperatures, below is the 7 day NWS weather view!

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