Discussion through Wednesday

By: NWS
By: NWS

TUESDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHT WILL BE A TRANSITION DAY AS THE WINDS VEER TOWARD THE SOUTH AHEAD OF AN APPROACHING COLD FRONT. AS A RESULT...EXPECT CONDITIONS TO GRADUALLY MOISTEN THROUGH THIS PERIOD...ESPECIALLY ACROSS THE PANHANDLE COUNTIES. HOWEVER...DEWPOINTS WILL STRUGGLE TO REACH 40 THROUGH THE AFTERNOON HOURS...WHICH WILL LEAD TO ANOTHER DAY WITH RED FLAG CONDITIONS OVER PORTIONS OF NORTHWEST FLORIDA. TEMPERATURES WILL CLIMB INTO THE LOW TO MID 60S TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND ONLY DOWN INTO THE 40S TUESDAY NIGHT. WEDNESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NIGHT...THE GRADIENT ACROSS THE REGION WILL CONTINUE TO TIGHTEN AS THE FRONT PUSHES INTO THE REGION...WHICH WILL RESULT IN BREEZY CONDITIONS OVER THE LOCAL AREA THROUGH THE DAY WEDNESDAY. DEWPOINTS HAVE SLIGHTLY TRENDED UP FROM THE PREVIOUS TWO OR THREE MODEL RUNS AND INDICATE VALUES IN THE LOWER 60S ACROSS THE PANHANDLE COUNTIES THEN SPREADING NORTH OVER PORTIONS OF EXTREME SOUTHEAST ALABAMA WEDNESDAY NIGHT. SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM CHANCES WILL QUICKLY RISE FROM NW TO SE THROUGH THIS PERIOD. ALTHOUGH THE INSTABILITY WILL NOT BE VERY IMPRESSIVE WITH THIS SYSTEM...THE DEEP AND LOW-LAYER SHEAR WILL SUPPORT ISOLATED STRONG TO SEVERE STORMS... ESPECIALLY OVER THE NORTHWESTERN HALF OF THE CWA BEGINNING WEDNESDAY EVENING AND CONTINUING INTO THE NIGHT.


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