The passage of a cold front, troughs and storm lines developed severe weather conditions in several states in the southern United States with negative effects on several populations.
The Climate Prediction Center and local offices of the National Metereological Service from the United States warned since yesterday morning, Monday, January 2, of conditions of severe thunderstorms and tornado potential between Arkansas, and Louisiana, the latter being where a tornado caused damage.
It was reported on power outages that affected 2,572 homes in Jackson Parish and 692 in Union Parish north of Louisianain addition to injured people and several trees fell on several highways interstates. It was caught on camera at Jessieville High School, in Arkansas the step of a tornado causing a fall in the lighting of the soccer field.
new tornado warnings
This afternoon of Tuesday, January 3, new time zones are developed between Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Illinois where they already have warnings and watches for strong storms, hailstorms and tornado formation. So far, one of these has been confirmed in Many, Illinois.
Thousands of people exposed to severe weather
These storms move in a northeasterly direction and Illinois locations such as Decatur, Forsyth, OrangeFoosland, among others, are already under a tornado warning with possible small hail and gusts of windbeing potentially exposed more than 79 thousand people in the region this evening.