Low Amplitude Cyclonic Flow Will Prevail Across The Lwr 48 Through
Sat...With The Main Belt Of The Wlys Extending From The Canadian
Rckys Across The Upr Ms Vly Into The Nern States. A Weaker Branch Of
Flow Will Extend From The Srn Rckys To The S Atlantic Cst.
A Substantial Shortwave Impulse...Now Over Nrn Bc...Will Approach The Nrn Plns Late In The Period And Will Support Deepening Of A Sfc
Cyclone Over Nrn Nd/Nrn Mn At That Time.
In Conjunction With This Pattern...A Plume Of Steep Mid Lvl Lapse Rates Will Sweep Ese Across The Nrn Plns/Upr Ms Vly.
Moisture...Nevertheless...Will Remain Too Scant To Support Tstm Development Within This Plume And Its Associated Waa Regime.
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