Weekend Weather Spotlight: 5-14-21 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: May 14th 2021

Weekend Weather Spotlight: 5-14-21

The main story through the weekend will be an active pattern over the central and eastern part of the country as a series of disturbances track across this region with the focal point being near surface boundaries. Much of this activity should be scattered not widespread, but heavy rain and severe weather will be possible with some of the storms. The greatest threat for severe storms will mainly be in the High Plains including eastern CO, southwest NE, western KS, and the TX and OK panhandles with the main threat being hail and wind. Further east heavy rain will be the main threat with several inches of accumulation possible in southeast KS to central MO, and amounts of around an inch possible by the end of the weekend east to central KY, west to eastern CO, and south to central TX. 

total liquid accumulations
total liquid accumulations through the weekend.
SPC D1
severe storm probabilities today.
SPC D2
severe storm probabilities Saturday.