Discussion through Thursday

By: NWS
By: NWS

CURRENTLY OVER THE CONUS AND SURROUNDING AREAS...YESTERDAY`S GREAT LAKES UPPER LOW HAS MOVED NW OF ME...WITH AN UPPER TROUGH STRETCHING SOUTH OVER THE EASTERN SEABOARD. THE SYSTEM OFF THE CALIFORNIA COAST HAS EDGED A BIT CLOSER TO SHORE...BUT IS STILL CENTERED OFF THE COAST. A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE STRETCHES NORTH FROM AN UPPER HIGH OVER LATIN AMERICA...OVER THE DESERT SOUTHWEST...GREAT BASIN TO SOUTHWESTERN CA. IN THE LOWER LEVELS OF THE TROPOSPHERE...STRETCHING SOUTH ALONG THE EASTERN SEABOARD FROM A SURFACE LOVER OVER.NW OF NEW ENGLAND IS THE FRONT WHICH PASSED OVER THE FA SEVERAL DAYS AGO. SURFACE HIGH PRESSURE WAS ENTRENCHED OVER THE TX/MEX GULF/BAY OF CAMPECHE COAST...CREATING A BREEZY DAY OVER MUCH OF THE SOUTHEASTERN CONUS. THIS MORNING`S UPPER AIR SOUNDINGS FROM SURROUNDING OFFICES RE- ENFORCE WHAT THE GOES PRECIP H20 PLOT IS SHOWING. A VERY DRY AIRMASS HAS MOVED OVER THE LOWER MISS RIVER VALLEY AND NORTHERN GULF COAST...WITH PRECIP H20 VALUES REPORTED BY THE NEIGHBORS RANGING FROM .17" A KLIX TO 0.29" OVER CENTRAL AL.


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