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By: NWS
By: NWS

THE COMBINATION OF AMPLE MORNING SUNSHINE...A MOIST SOUNDING PROFILE AND RELATIVELY COOL H5 TEMPERATURES WILL AGAIN YIELD AN UNSTABLE AIRMASS. HOWEVER...AS WITH RECENT DAYS...EARLY MORNING LOW STRATUS WILL SLOW DESTABILIZATION AND ONSET OF SEABREEZES. THEN...A WEAK STEERING FLOW WILL AGAIN ALLOW FOR BOTH GULF AND ATLANTIC SEABREEZES TO DEVELOP AND MOVE INLAND AND SERVE AS FOCUS FOR NUMEROUS THUNDERSTORMS. SSW STEERING FLOW WILL GENERALLY STEER THE STORMS NNE. THE STRONGEST STORMS WILL OCCUR WITH OUTFLOW BOUNDARY INTERACTIONS AND CELL MERGERS AND WOULD NOT BE SURPRISED TO SEE A FEW SEVERE STORMS. MAIN THREAT WILL BE STRONG WINDS IN WET MICROBURSTS AND SMALL HAIL. HOWEVER...THERE WILL ALSO BE POTENTIAL FOR HIGH RAINFALL RATES WHERE CELL MERGERS OCCUR. AREA PRECIPITABLE WATER VALUES WILL CONTINUE 1.8-2 INCHES THRU TUESDAY. 60-80 SW-NE POP GRADIENT DURING DAY. 30-40 PCT S-N GRADIENT AT NIGHT. MAX TEMPS LOW-MID 80D. MINS MID-UPPER 60S.


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