SPC Tornado Outlook for October 26, 2021
Severe T-Storms will threaten parts of Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas once again today. Fall Severe Weather continues to create havoc thanks to an active jet stream and above normal moisture content....
A large upper level weather system will bring showers and thunderstorms back to the southern and central Plains today and tonight with all Severe hazards possible, especially near and after dusk. While a few brief Tornadoes are possible, damaging wind and large hail are expected to be the primary impacts from this storm.

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