March 23, 2022 Weather Related Service Update: Severe Storms and Heavy Rain Severe Storm Potential Shifts into the East Wintry Weather in the Upper Great Lakes The National Weather Service has announced severe storms with potential for damaging winds and brief tornadoes can be expected across the Southeast. Strong to severe storms will be possible into the Ohio Valley and southern Mid-Atlantic. Some storms may produce locally heavy rain and flash flooding. Mixed wintry precipitation may make travel difficult in the Upper Great Lakes, with lesser impacts over higher elevations in the Northeast. We will continue to monitor conditions and post the most update-to-date storm information here, including the most recent service updates. Tuesday, March 22, 2022 The National Weather Service has announced a strong storm system will bring threats of tornadoes and flooding across the Southern U.S. through Tuesday. Several tornadoes, very large hail, and damaging winds are possible, focused on eastern Texas and adjacent states overnight and then from Louisiana to Mississippi on Tuesday. Heavy to excessive rainfall could bring areas of flash and river flooding in similar areas. Monday, March 21, 2022 The National Weather Service has announced a powerful storm will bring multiple hazards to the southern U.S. Severe storms with all hazards, including strong tornadoes and heavy rain that could cause flash flooding can be expected Monday in Texas, then across the central Gulf Coast on Tuesday.