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19 Feb 2010
DAY 2 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
1130 AM CST FRI FEB 19 2010
VALID 201200Z - 211200Z
...NO SVR TSTM AREAS FORECAST...
LARGE SCALE SPLIT FLOW REGIME WILL PREVAIL OVER THE WESTERN PART OF
NORTH AMERICA ON SATURDAY...WITH PROGRESSIVE/LOW AMPLITUDE
WESTERLIES ESPECIALLY OVER THE SOUTHERN/EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE
CONUS. A SOUTHERN STREAM SHORTWAVE TROUGH WILL ADVANCE EASTWARD FROM
SOUTHERN CA/NORTHERN BAJA AT THE BEGINNING OF THE PERIOD...TO THE
SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS BY SUNDAY MORNING. SHORTWAVE TROUGH ATTENDANT
PACIFIC COLD FRONT WILL CROSS THE SOUTHWEST DESERTS/MEXICO BORDER
VICINITY...WHILE SURFACE CYCLOGENESIS GRADUALLY OCCURS ACROSS THE
SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS WITH A SURFACE BOUNDARY BECOMING ESTABLISHED IN
A GENERAL SOUTHWEST-NORTHEAST ORIENTED FASHION FROM THE SOUTHERN
HIGH PLAINS TO THE OZARKS.
WITH THE SOUTHERN STREAM SHORTWAVE TROUGH NOT EXPECTED TO REACH THE
SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT...AND WITH A MODIFIED GULF
AIRMASS ONLY BEGINNING TO RETURN NORTHWARD TOWARD THE REGION...MUCH
OF THE SOUTHERN PLAINS SHOULD REMAIN CAPPED/FREE OF DEEP CONVECTION
THROUGH PEAK HEATING. HOWEVER...SATURDAY EVENING AND ESPECIALLY
OVERNIGHT/EARLY SUNDAY MORNING...SHOWERS/TSTMS SHOULD APPRECIABLY
INCREASE ACROSS PORTIONS OF NORTHWEST/NORTH TX AND MUCH OF OK INTO
SOUTHERN KS/OZARKS VICINITY...WITH THE ARRIVAL OF LARGE SCALE
FORCING FOR ASCENT COINCIDENT WITH AN INCREASING SOUTHERLY LOW LEVEL
JET/MOISTURE TRANSPORT REGIME ABOVE A COOL/STABLE SURFACE LAYER.
WITH SUFFICIENT SHEAR EXPECTED IN THE CLOUD BEARING
LAYER...STEEPENING MID LEVEL LAPSE RATES AND WEAK ELEVATED
INSTABILITY...300-750 J/KG MUCAPE PER 12Z GFS/NAM GUIDANCE...WOULD
IMPLY SOME POTENTIAL FOR MARGINALLY SEVERE HAIL MAINLY AFTER 03Z.
ATTENDANT TO THE INLAND ADVANCING UPPER LOW/FRONTAL BAND...A BROKEN
SQUALL LINE SHOULD BE AFFECTING COASTAL AREAS OF SOUTHERN CA AT THE
BEGINNING OF THE PERIOD. DECREASING MOIST INFLUX/INSTABILITY AWAY
FROM SOUTHERN CA SUGGESTS A LIMITED/VIRTUALLY NIL POTENTIAL FOR
SEVERE WEATHER ATTENDANT TO THE EASTWARD ADVANCING SHORTWAVE
TROUGH/FRONTAL CONVECTION. FARTHER NORTH...IT IS ALSO CONCEIVABLE
THAT ISOLATED TSTMS MAY DEVELOP ACROSS THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY OF
NORTHERN CA SATURDAY AFTERNOON/EARLY EVENING
14 Feb 2009
A storm that will clobber California with heavy rain and mountain snow into Monday is expected to push across the center of the nation on Tuesday into Wednesday. The potent clash of colder air to the north and milder air to the south will set the stage for some nasty weather as the storm shifts east. Abundant moisture from the Gulf will be pulled into the storm's center to fuel another potential round of severe weather for the southern Plains.
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1 Feb 2009
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