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> March 25-26 Southeast Severe Weather, SPC Risk Level; Days 4-8 Possible: Forecasts and OBS
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post Mar 20 2017, 06:56 AM
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Setting up for tomorrow:


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This may actually be something to really watch. Nice low level moisture building in behind the line moving through tonight which should more out with cloud debris so destabilization should occur but things will light up quick as convective temps are sitting at mid 70s across most regions. We have what looks like a new piece of energy that will be moving out of Texas that will help really enhance things.

SE LA, MS, AL and western peninsula of FL seem to really want to watch this.

This should continue into GA as the night goes on. Im hesitant on adding TN into the mix since they will be farther away from moisture source and the energy looks to impact MS/AL region more so than further north but would not be uncommon to see some reports reach up there.



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QUOTE(so_whats_happening @ Mar 25 2017, 02:00 AM) *
Setting up for tomorrow:


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This may actually be something to really watch. Nice low level moisture building in behind the line moving through tonight which should more out with cloud debris so destabilization should occur but things will light up quick as convective temps are sitting at mid 70s across most regions. We have what looks like a new piece of energy that will be moving out of Texas that will help really enhance things.

SE LA, MS, AL and western peninsula of FL seem to really want to watch this.

This should continue into GA as the night goes on. Im hesitant on adding TN into the mix since they will be farther away from moisture source and the energy looks to impact MS/AL region more so than further north but would not be uncommon to see some reports reach up there.


Wanted to add SE LA, southern MS,southern AL all seem to be the best regions for possible tornadic activity as the cold front really starts to engage the pre-existing dry line.


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