Daily weather update: November 20, 2023
Welcome to FOX Weather’s daily weather update. It’s Monday, November 20, 2023. Start your day with everything you need to know about today’s weather. You can also get a quick summary of the national, regional and local weather whenever you want with the FOX Weather Update podcast.
The threat of severe weather increases along the Gulf Coast
A powerful storm system making its way across the country will bring the potential for severe weather from Texas to Florida to start the work week.
The Storm Prediction Center has highlighted areas of northern Louisiana and central Mississippi, including Alexandra and Jackson, for an enhanced risk of severe thunderstorms (3 of 5) Monday afternoon into the evening hours.
The primary threat will be malicious winds Strong gifts and potential EF-2 tornadoes, Despite its isolation He praises It would also be possible.
The storm was monitored coast to coast for potential travel issues on Thanksgiving
The Thanksgiving travel problem is getting worse as the coast-to-coast storm continues to sweep across the United States
Click here to see what you can expect each day this week as you head to the airports or take your flight.
Looks like Mother Nature has bad blood with Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift’s Saturday concert in Rio de Janeiro has been postponed until Monday as concertgoers continue to struggle heat. A Swift fan reportedly died before the opening concert over the weekend in Brazil as temperatures reached 138-139 degrees late last week.
It seems like Taylor Swift can’t catch a break due to the extreme weather that has plagued many of the shows during her Eras Tour.
Rain could impact Eagles vs. Chiefs game
The Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs could meet in the showers to start the Monday Night Football game.
The Eagles are 8-1 on the season, and the Chiefs have a 7-2 record. Both teams are sure to score points, but the question remains as to how the weather will impact the game and what effect it will have on NFL quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts.
Hurricane Headquarters: Don’t end hurricane season just yet
As we head toward the end of the 2023 hurricane season, the National Hurricane Center is monitoring an area of the Caribbean Sea for possible tropical developments.
Forecasters say the area of unorganized rain and thunderstorms currently has a low chance of development.
Just north of the area, tropical rain is falling from potential Tropical Cyclone 22 It caused deadly floods in the Dominican Republic.
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