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  • Severe weather in Texas this week.
  • Plains states could also be affected.
  • Residents are warned to take precautions.

The FOX Forecast Center is warning of potentially severe weather conditions that could affect millions of residents in Texas and Oklahoma.

Meteorologists warn that a system currently generating winter-like conditions in the Rocky Mountains could trigger strong to severe thunderstorms.

These are forecasted over the Southern Plains and possibly into the Midwest by the middle to end of this week.

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Severe weather in Texas

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This system, initially threatening to bring winter weather to the Rocky Mountains, is forecasted to have a significant impact on the southern region of the United States.

Although specific threats for Wednesday are still unclear, the public has been urged to take precautions.

Computer forecast models indicate a growing consensus regarding the possibility of severe weather in Texas starting Thursday.

Similarly, experts have reported that the storm will likely continue to spread possibly until Friday in areas further to the east and southeast.

Oklahoma is also under alert

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Severe storms are anticipated to develop on Thursday in parts of Texas and Oklahoma, as well as in areas further east.

Meteorologists are advising residents in these areas to be prepared and take necessary precautions for potentially adverse weather conditions.

FOX Forecast Center emphasizes the importance of staying informed through reliable sources.

Coordinating and collaborating with local emergency management authorities is strongly recommended to ensure an efficient response in case the situation worsens.

Thunderstorms are predicted

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Severe thunderstorms could be accompanied by strong wind gusts, hail and even tornadoes, according to meteorologists.

Residents in the potentially affected areas should stay vigilant for weather updates.

Additionally, they should prepare by gathering emergency supplies such as flashlights, battery-powered radios, drinking water and an evacuation plan if necessary.

It’s worth mentioning that local authorities are also taking preventive measures and closely monitoring the developing situation.

Take precautions for the severe weather in Texas

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In light of this situation, the public is urged to follow official recommendations and evacuate if necessary.

It appears that the ingredients are coming together for the storms to produce large hail, damaging wind gusts and possible tornadoes.

Changes in the forecast are expected as there are still days left before the potential severe weather event, according to Fox Weather.

As the week goes on, the focus shifts to preparation and vigilance, hoping that the storm dissipates without causing significant damage.

Winter weather in the U.S.

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Similarly, winter weather alerts have been issued across the Northeast and the Great Lakes as a powerful storm system makes its way through the region.

This has prompted snowstorm warnings due to heavy snowfall drastically reducing visibility on some roads in western and central Pennsylvania.

Winter weather alerts have been extended throughout the region, spanning from Ohio to northern New England.

Winter storm advisories have been issued for cities such as Cleveland, Watertown in New York, and Montpelier in Vermont.

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