However, the weather is looking very ugly Thursday.
The greatest threat of severe weather will likely develop across the northwestern corner of the ArkLaTex late Wednesday afternoon and evening.
With this being the first decent chance for spring season severe thunderstorms, the National Weather Service has compiled information to help people manage their stress during the storms.
The Storm Prediction Center says a front stretching from southern Texas to central Kansas will create a risk of bad weather as far east as Louisiana on Wednesday.
This storm system will bring more rain than the last few: Up to 2 inches in some spots, according to the weather service. The line of storms should weaken as it moves from west to east across the ArkLaTex Wednesday night. The Storm Prediction Center has placed these areas in an "enhanced" risk (level 3 out of 5). While a tornado can not be ruled out, the chance for tornadic activity is low. That includes densely populated areas around San Antonio; Tulsa, Oklahoma, Kansas City; Wichita, Kansas; and Shreveport, Louisiana.
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Louisiana and MS will be at risk Thursday morning, with the storms moving on Thursday afternoon through the evening into Alabama and Georgia.
"Damaging wind is the main threat with large hail", Thompson said.
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Cooler air will follow Thursday's storms, making it unusually cool on Friday with clouds and scattered showers expected to linger behind the front.