Listen: Missouri, Mississippi River And Saint Louis Memphis discussed on America's Truckin' Network
"That would go final hour here on a Tuesday morning underway. Sixteenth of April. As far as travelers weather. Not a bad day today for most of the country things begin to change as we roll into mid week Wednesday Thursday Friday as a matter of fact, next storm yet another coast-to-coast system coming in at west today and then sweeping through the plains by the time we get into Wednesday the progression then to the Ohio Tennessee valley Thursday, east coast probably by Friday as we head into the Easter weekend. Some of the same areas. Devastated by this weekend's severe weather in the south will again be at risk leading up to the days for the Easter weekend. This time the threads zome will expand a bit further north targeting areas from say Missouri to Michigan. If some of the that really didn't get the severe weather, but actually ended the weekend on a snowy known. That storm is going to spark the next round of severe. I whether I track across the west with some rain and mountain snow more of that on-track today cities in the threat zone as we head into Wednesday starting with Dallas and Oklahoma City once again, very reminiscent of last weekend. Shreveport, Louisiana, a Little Rock, Arkansas, Springfield, and Kansas City, Missouri. The potential they say for all modes of severe weather, damaging winds large hail, flooding downpours and tornadoes associated with these thunderstorms through that entire area. Those violent storms continue to press toward the Mississippi River during the overnight hours possibly reaching from Saint Louis Memphis, and then things kind of focus further on the eastern third."