Moderate Risk

Some articles on moderate risk, risk:

Mid-February 2009 Tornado Outbreak - April - April 9–10
... As a result, a moderate risk of severe weather was issued by the Storm Prediction Center for eastern Oklahoma, southeast Kansas, southwest Missouri and western Arkansas ... The Storm Prediction Center issued a moderate risk of severe weather for sections of the Tennessee Valley, Gulf Coast states and into the southern Appalachians region ... Portions of the moderate risk area in northeastern Alabama, northwestern Georgia and southeastern Tennessee were upgraded to a high risk at 144 pm CDT (1844 UTC) ...
Storm Prediction Center - Convective Outlooks - Categories
... A slight risk day typically will mean the threat exists for scattered severe weather, including scattered wind damage or severe hail and possibly some isolated tornadoes ... A moderate risk day indicates that more widespread and/or more dangerous severe weather is possible (sometimes with major hurricanes), with significant severe ... as large tornado outbreaks, are sometimes also possible on moderate risk days, but with greater uncertainty ...
Mid-October 2007 Tornado Outbreak - Meteorological Synopsis
... A moderate risk for severe weather was issued by the Storm Prediction Center two days prior to the event ... most of the Midwest on October 18, where a moderate risk was in effect also for two days for most of Illinois, Indiana and parts of Kentucky, although the moderate risk was revised further to the south and ... A slight risk of severe weather was forecast for a very large area from beyond the Canadian border to the Florida Panhandle and Mobile Bay ...

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