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                   Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - 10:03AM

Tornado outbreaks today and tomorrow

By DAN ROBINSON
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Here are today's tornado probabilities from the SPC, depicting a large outbreak of tornadoes over Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas and Missouri this afternoon and into tonight:

Tomorrow's outlook looks even more ominous and widespread, affecting states from Mississippi to Kentucky to Michigan. The following graphic covers combined probabilities for hail, tornadoes and high winds:

Today and tomorrow could very well be a historic two-day outbreak, continuing unbroken overnight into the morning. Due to several unforseen expenses this week, my westward extent of travel to observe storms this event may be limited. I will know more later today on what my plans to cover this will be. We should still see at least one or two rounds of severe storms here in the Charleston area tomorrow into Friday.

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