Southeast Discussion

By: NWS
By: NWS

BROAD CYCLONIC FLOW DOMINATES THE CENTRAL U.S. WITH A PASSING COLD FRONT DRAPED OVER THE EASTERN CONUS INTO THE SOUTHEAST GULF STATES AND ASSOCIATED UPPER LOW OVER THE UPPER MIDWEST. LATEST MSAS SURFACE ANALYSIS DEPICTS A DISCERNIBLE FRONTAL BOUNDARY JUST WEST OF THE FL PANHANDLE ALONG THE AL/MS BORDER NORTH INTO TN. THIS FRONT IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE AN EASTWARD MOVEMENT THROUGH THE EVENING. EXPECT CONDITIONS TO REMAIN RATHER BALMY OVER THE AREA TODAY WITH HIGHS APPROACHING THE LOW TO MID 80S AND HUMID CONDITIONS. VIS IMAGERY CONTINUES TO SHOW CONSIDERABLE CLOUDINESS AHEAD OF THE FRONT WHICH SHOULD KEEP US FROM SEEING MUCH SUNSHINE THROUGH THE DAY. RAIN CHANCES WILL GO UP TONIGHT AS THE FRONT MOVES IN FROM THE WEST. ALTHOUGH SCATTERED STORMS ARE EXPECTED TO FORM AHEAD OF THE LINE...THE MAIN LINE OF STORMS WILL MOVE IN DURING THE AFTERNOON/EARLY EVENING. ONCE THE FRONT CLEARS THE AREA...A DRIER AND SLIGHTLY COOLER AIRMASS WILL TAKE OVER MOVING US BACK TOWARD CLIMATOLOGY.


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