Severe Weather Threat Day 1 Tue Dec 25

Al/Fl Panhandle To Ga/Sc...

Severe Risk Including Tornadoes/Wind Damage Will Continue
Tonight...Although It Should Be On A More Isolated Basis By Late
Evening/Overnight. Primary Short-Term Tornado Threat This
Evening...Including Continued Possibilities Of A Strong Tornado...Will Remain Semi-Focused Across Southern Al/Fl Panhandle Into Southwest Ga In Vicinity Of A Warm Front.

In This Corridor...Low Level Srh On The Order Of 200-500 M2/S2 Will Continue To Support Supercell Tornado Potential Ahead Of An Evolving Nne-Ssw Oriented Quasi-Linear Convective System /And Eastward-Moving Cold Front/. Damaging Winds Will Be A Distinct Threat With The Qlcs...Along With Some Tornado Risk In Association With Embedded Meso-Vortices.

The Northward Extent Of The Severe Threat Across Al/Ga/Tn Will
Likely Remain Tempered By Persistent Precipitation/Residual
Anticyclonic Trajectories North Of The Warm Front...But Some Severe
Threat Could Materialize Into Areas As Far East As Coastal Sc By The
Early Morning Hours Of Wednesday.

Coastal Central Ca...

A Tstm Or Two With Strong Gusty Winds May Occur In Association With Inland Moving Front/Convective Band This Evening...Although Overall Severe Potential Appears Marginal Tonight Owing To Meager Inland Instability.

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