THE DELTA (Ben Caxton) — There is a marginal risk of severe thunderstorms Monday and Tuesday for much of the Delta. A strong jet stream will divide cold air to the northwest and warm, moist air to the southeast over the center of the nation during the first days of March. Forecasters say damaging wind gusts and hail up to the size of quarters will be the primary hazards here, but a tornado or two can’t be ruled out. The primary threat will be Monday Morning through afternoon in the northern half of the Delta from Greenville northward. On Tuesday the threat shifts to areas south of U.S. 82 from afternoon into evening. As always, stay with Delta Radio Network stations for the latest severe weather alerts and advisories. You’ll see the bulletins with maps appear on our websites and Facebook pages within seconds of being issued, and live tones every five minutes on-air will let you know alerts are in effect and tell you where to go to find details for your area.[sc name=”twitterfollow”]
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