Cruise Ship Weather Another Southwest Severe Storm Threat- On April 17, 2019, another rather vigorous southward plunge of the jet stream will moveout of the Southwest, then track through the rest of the South and East. If you are traveling to cruise ship ports along the Gulf of Mexico, you should stay vigilant and keep a close eye on the weather, especially in Galveston, Texas, New Orleans, Louisiana and Mobile, Alabama.
Severe thunderstorms are expected in Texas. Large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes are all threats there, although large hail appears to be the main threat. Severe thunderstorms may move southward into Louisiana and southeastern Texas Wednesday night.
Thunderstorms will be ongoing early Thursday. Severe thunderstorms are most probable Thursday in Mississippi, Florida, Alabama and central Tennessee.
Thunderstorms should be quite numerous Friday up and down the East Coast from Florida to the Northeast. The magnitude of the severe threat remains uncertain. Strong thunderstorm winds, hail and flooding rain are on the table Friday as this line of storms move eastward.
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