Southeast Discussion

By: NWS
By: NWS

OUR SYNOPTIC PATTERN CONTINUES TO BE DOMINATED BY STACKED RIDGING WITH A STRONG 1033 MB SFC HIGH OVER THE NC/VA BORDER AND A SPRAWLING 586 DM RIDGE NEARLY OVERHEAD. THIS PROVIDED THE REGION WITH YET ANOTHER MOSTLY SUNNY AND WARM DAY WITH HIGHS REACHING THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 80S IN MOST AREAS. AS THE EASTERLY WINDS DIMINISH OVERNIGHT...TEMPS SHOULD FALL GENERALLY INTO THE MID TO UPPER 50S IN MOST AREAS...WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF SOME PATCHY LIGHT FOG OVER EASTERNMOST PORTIONS OF THE CWA. OVER THE COASTAL WATERS...CONDITIONS HAVE BECOME A BIT MORE COMPLEX IN THE NEAR TERM AS A 1025 MB BUBBLE HIGH HAS NEWLY FORMED OFF THE PANHANDLE WATERS WHICH HAS LOOSENED THE PRESSURE GRADIENT AND WIND SPEEDS DURING THE PAST FEW HOURS. HOWEVER...WE STILL EXPECT THE EASTERLY SURGE TO REACH CAUTIONARY LEVELS OVERNIGHT AS THE NORTHERN 1033 MB RIDGE BUILDS SOUTHWARD AND THE BUBBLE HIGH DISSIPATES...BUT IT APPEARS THAT THE TIMING WILL BE A FEW HOURS LATER THAN EARLIER EXPECTED...SO WILL ADJUST THE GRIDS AND CWF ACCORDINGLY.


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