Severe Weather Threat Day 1 Sun Feb 10

Central Gulf Coast Region...

A Band Of Showers And Thunderstorms Ongoing From Swrn La Enewd Into Ga And The Wrn Carolinas Will Continue Over The Next Several Hours -- With The Most Active Severe Weather Potential To Remain Across Parts Of Ern La...Srn Ms...Srn Al...Swrn Ga...And Perhaps Into The Fl Panhandle.

A Fairly Intense Cluster Of Storms Embedded Within This Band -- From Srn Ms Ewd Into Srn Al -- Continues To Exhibit At Least Transient Rotation...With A Few Persistent Mesocyclones Ongoing. With Mixed-Layer Cape Around 500 J/Kg Near And S Of This Convection And A Wind Field /Per Evening Slidell Raob And Area Vwps/ Supportive Of Strongly Rotating Updrafts...Potential For Tornadoes Continues...Along With Locally Gusty/Damaging Winds And Occasional Hail.

Later Tonight...High-Resolution Convection-Allowing Models Suggest
That Storms Will Begin To Diminish In Intensity...With A Slow
Decrease In Severe Potential Expected.

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