TORNADO WATCH issued for entire WBRZ Forecast Area until 2am
The National Weather Service has issued a TORNADO WATCH for the entire WBRZ Weather Forecast Area until 2am Thursday. TORNADO WATCH means conditions are favorable for tornadoes and/or damaging winds in and around the watch area. Be on the lookout for threatening weather conditions and listen for later statements and possible warnings. If a tornado warning is issued, seek shelter in a low-level, interior room of a sturdy building. Take pets (on a leash) with you, have on hard-soled shoes, monitor storm coverage on a wireless device and cover your head in the event of wind or tornado impact. For more on tornado safety, CLICK HERE.
Here is a quick overview of what is happening with a strong line of thunderstorms to our west. TORNADO WATCH, STRONG WINDS, COLD TEMPS... all in our discussion on News 2 at 10 @WBRZ! #LaWX #MsWX pic.twitter.com/NlFLDcajFH— Josh Eachus (@DrJoshWX) December 24, 2020
According to the Storm Prediction Center, a line of thunderstorms is intensifying from southeast Texas into central Louisiana. These storms will track across the watch area this evening and tonight, posing a risk of locally damaging wind gusts and perhaps a tornado or two. Get the full WBRZ Weather Forecast by CLICKING HERE.
Remember that the WBRZ WX App. is *free* on Apple and Android devices and can be used for breaking weather information, live radar, as well as daily and hourly forecast details. You can also use it to watch live coverage if power or broadcast signal is ever lost. For even more, plug in to the WBRZ Weather Team on Twitter and Facebook.
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