It's November, and that means the second peak for severe weather season is here. Now the good news is that it's typically not as big of a peak as we see in the spring. But the bad news, is we can see some dangerous storms, including killer tornadoes.
A strong storm is going to pull out of the southern Rockies on Monday and set the stage for a potential severe weather outbreak across southern Kansas, much of Oklahoma and north Texas.
This stormy weather will move east into the day on Tuesday, bringing unsettled weather to the Ozarks of Missouri and Arkansas, stretching down into Louisiana and east Texas.