The First Responder Bowl In Dallas Was Cancelled Due To Severe Thunderstorms

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Without a doubt, a lot of students can’t wait for College Football Bowl… The Typical Student team already shared with you College Football Bowl schedule for December and January 2018. Still, there are some changes you should know about. In fact, this week, thunderstorms and tornadoes will track across the south-central US prior.

 

First Responder Bowl In Dallas

 

 

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So, there are severe thunderstorms that may be dangerous. For these simple reasons, the First Responder Bowl in Dallas was canceled. Actually, this game is a no-contest and that’s why it won’t be rescheduled.

 

Risks

 

 

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Officials say that the risk of severe weather started this Wednesday. It happened in central Texas. Thunderstorms will continue into the end of the week, as the storms push eastward into Mississippi and Tennessee. It causes travel delays on the roads and in the skies.
Here is what Alex Sosnowski, AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist said:

 

"The storms have the potential to produce the full spectrum of severe weather into Thursday, ranging from damaging wind gusts and flash flooding to hail, frequent lightning strikes and a few tornadoes," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski said.


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