Blackie (hyperwolf5150) wrote in weather_furs,
Blackie
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Keeping an eye on Friday

Just checked out the SPC page and I'd have my eye on the Mid South region for Friday afternoon into Saturday.

ON D4...A MOIST AND UNSTABLE AIR MASS IS EXPECTED TO SPREAD NWD/NEWD
ACROSS THE LOWER MS VALLEY IN ADVANCE OF EWD-MOVING COLD FRONT.
THIS INSTABILITY WILL COMBINE WITH STRENGTHENING WIND FIELDS AND
INCREASED FORCING FOR ASCENT TO FOSTER WIDESPREAD TSTMS ACROSS THE
REGION FRI AND FRI NIGHT. SOME MODEL GUIDANCE SUGGESTS THAT A
FAIRLY LARGE AREA OF MODERATE INSTABILITY WILL DEVELOP WITHIN SYSTEM
WARM SECTOR. SHOULD THIS OCCUR...THE POTENTIAL WILL EXIST FOR A
FAIRLY SIGNIFICANT SEVERE WEATHER EPISODE...INCLUDING THE THREAT FOR
STRONG TORNADOES.

THE THREAT FOR SEVERE STORMS WILL CONTINUE INTO D5 OVER PORTIONS OF
THE CNTRL AND ERN GULF STATES EWD TO THE SERN ATLANTIC COAST. GIVEN
THAT THE PRIMARY SURFACE LOW AND STRONGEST DYNAMIC FORCING WILL
REMAIN DISPLACED WELL TO THE N OF THE REGION...THERE IS SOME
QUESTION AS TO HOW WIDESPREAD THESE SEVERE STORMS WILL BE.
THEREFORE...NO AREA WILL BE DELIMITED ATTM.

It's all a question of how it comes together, but we'll see what happens. :)
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