Severe weather moves to Gulf Coast as damaging winds, hail and flash flooding Anticipated

Severe weather moves to Gulf Coast as damaging winds, hail and flash flooding Anticipated

Meanwhile, a cold blast is going throughout the Rockies and the Upper Midwest.

A new storm brand new storm system created baseball-sized hail that covered roads in central Texas and broke automobile windshields in the region.

This storm will move east today from Texas into the Gulf Coast countries using a threat for damaging winds, large hail and flash flood.

Tornadoes are not a significant threat in the next 24 hours but it is possible there might be an isolated tornado using the severe weather.

There are over 4 million people are on alert now for severe weather from Lufkin, Texas, to New Orleans, Louisiana.

These severe thunderstorms will be slow moving within the following 24 hours and that could lead to flash flood and locally more than 4 inches of rain could fall in the Gulf Coast.

A flash flood watch was issued for Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.

A cold blast is moving throughout the Rockies and the Upper Midwest with snow and very low wind chills.

Locally, wind chills will plummet Tuesday and Wednesday morning to single digits and teens.

Five states from Colorado to Minnesota are beneath winter weather alerts and some areas in the highest elevations in Wyoming may see around 15 inches of snow.

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