Short Term

By: NWS
By: NWS

THE SHARP MID-UPPER RIDGE OVER THE EASTERN U.S WILL GRADUALLY FLATTEN AND BE REPLACED WITH A BROAD TROUGH BY THE END OF THE SHORT TERM PERIOD AS THE NEXT LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM TRANSLATES FROM THE SOUTHERN ROCKIES TO THE OHIO VALLEY. AT THE SURFACE...THE HIGH CURRENTLY CENTERED OVER THE MID-ATLANTIC STATES WILL SLIDE EAST AND MAKE WAY FOR THE ASSOCIATED COLD FRONT. THIS FRONT WILL BRING SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TO THE ENTIRE CWA SUNDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHT. SOME OF THE STORMS MAY BE STRONG AND POSSIBLY SEVERE...ESPECIALLY OVER OUR NORTHWEST ZONES. THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER HAS A SLIGHT RISK FOR SEVERE STORMS GENERALLY NORTH OF A LINE FROM TIFTON GA TO SANDESTIN BEACH FL. THIS WILL BE REFINED FURTHER OVER THE NEXT FEW MODEL RUNS BUT FOR NOW WILL MENTION THE POSSIBILITY OF THE SEVERE THREAT IN THOSE ZONES. EITHER WAY THIS LOOKS LIKE A LOW END SEVERE THREAT... ESPECIALLY COMPARED WITH THE PREVIOUS EVENTS ACROSS OUR REGION. RAIN WILL TAPER OFF FORM WEST TO EAST SUNDAY NIGHT WITH A FEW LINGERING SHOWERS EASTERNMOST ZONES AFTER DAYBREAK MONDAY


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