Storms, tornadoes, record heat: what United States will change dramatically weather

Friday and Saturday March 27-28 large storm system will move from the Rockies to the plains in the Midwest. Forecasters predict tornadoes, large hail and destructive winds, reports ABC News.

Бури, торнадо, рекордная жара: в каких штатах США резко изменится погода

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This storm has already brought 35 inches (889 mm) precipitation as snow in regions just North of salt lake city.

Near rapid city, South Dakota, dropped 2 to 4 inches (50-101 mm) of snow, which iced over roads. This triggered several accidents on I-90 Thursday, March 26.

In addition, the night from Kansas to Illinois reported hail the size of a Golf ball.

It is expected that the storm system will move in Friday, March 27, from Kansas to Illinois. In this regard, there is a high probability of tornadoes and large hail falling.

Saturday, March 28, the storm will move into the Midwest. In these regions, forecasters also warn about the high probability of formation of a tornado.

This weekend in Illinois weather conditions may be a danger to life.

At the same time, on Thursday, March 26, in the South experiencing record-high temperatures.

More than three dozen record temperature highs were recorded in the region from Kentucky to the South Texas, and East to Florida.

Here are some of the record levels of March 26:

  • McAllen, Texas — 100°F (37,7°C)
  • Miami 89 °F (31,6°C)
  • Oklahoma City 92°F (33,3°C)
  • Tulsa, OK — 94°F (34,4°C)
  • Midland, TX — 94°F (34,4°C)
  • Pensacola, FL — 84°F (28.8 Per°C)
  • Mobile, Al — 86°F (30°C)
  • Evansville, Indiana — 81°F (27,2°C)
  • Galveston, Texas — 81°F (27,2°C)
  • Tupelo, MS — 89°F (31,6°C)
  • Amarillo, Texas — 88°F (31.1 per°C)
  • Paducah, Kentucky — 83°F (28,3°C)

This Friday, March 27, in the South, also predicts record heat.

The temperature in some cities in South Texas again close to around 100°F (37,7°C)