A tornado touched down near Nazareth, Texas around 3 p.m. CT Saturday.
Weather spotters have confirmed a tornado near Nazareth, Texas, although the velocity signature was weak and it didn´t last very long.
It was the first possible serious tornado from the region during the beginning Spring tornado season 2021.
According to Mkweather Spring 2021 forecast for North America /https://mkweather.com/spring-2021-forecast-for-north-america-2021-mk//, explosive tornado season is during the next weeks and months in the USA and mainly in Midwest and Texas, expected.
Pressure troughs are forecasted to fall above Midwest from the north with results of very stormy patern, on borders of Arctic air masses from the north and tropical air masses from the south.
The worst tornado events are every year reported from the USA from the month April and then May, or late March, when a possibility of a collision of both air masses over the continent is the highest.
Thanks to persisting cold weather patterns across the USA /https://mkweather.com/denver-hits-the-monsterous-snowstorm-xylia-possibly-the-strongest-since-1885// or warm anticyclonic weather on the east /https://mkweather.com/washington-d-c-261c-niagara-region-canada-201c//, any significant synotpic situation hasn´t appeared in Midwest, yet, but it should quickly change during the next weeks and months.
Now, the next coldwave is shifting above southern USA, with possible late strong frosts and snowing in parts of Texas.