Severe Weather Threat Day 2 Sun Jan 13

While The Main Axis Of A Large Upper Trough Will Remain Over The Wrn U.S. This Period...An Embedded Short-Wave Feature -- Initially Over The Central Plains Region -- Is Forecast To Shift Quickly Enewd
Across The Midwest/Great Lakes Region...And Across Ontario And Into Quebec By The End Of The Period.

At The Surface...A Cold Front Initially Progged To Stretch From The
Wrn Oh Vicinity Swwd To Just Off The Tx Coast Will Advance Ewd With
Time -- Particularly The More Nrn Portions Of The Front Nearer The
Influence Of The Ejecting Upper Short-Wave Feature.

By The End Of The Period...The Front Should Stretch From The New England Coastal Region Swwd Across Areas E Of The Appalachians...And Then On Into The N Central Gulf Of Mexico.

A Lack Of Low-Level Moisture/Instability Ahead Of The Front Suggests
Little Potential For Thunderstorm Activity Across All But The Srn-Most Extent Of This Boundary. Meager Instability Residing Invof The Wrn And Central Gulf Coastal Areas Could Support A Few Lightning Strikes Within A Broader Area Of Showers...But Attm More Appreciable
Threat Appears Likely To Remain Offshore Over The Gulf Waters.

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