Severe Weather Threat Day 3 Mon Jun 3

High Plains...

An Upper Trough/Jet Streak Is Expected To Develop East-Southeastward From The Northern Rockies To The Northern Plains Monday And Monday Night. As This Occurs...A Surface Low/Cold Front Will Shift East-Southeastward Across The North-Central High Plains...While A Secondary Surface Low/North-South Oriented Surface Trough Will Be In Place Across The South-Central High Plains. At Least Isolated/Widely Scattered Surface Based Tstm Development Is Probable In The General Vicinity Of The Aforementioned Surface Boundaries Monday Afternoon/Early Evening.

With At Least 50s F Surface Dewpoints Having Returned Into The
Central-High Plains By Monday Afternoon...Consequential Heating/ Destabilization Ahead Of The Cold Front And Near The Surface
Trough Can Be Expected...With As Much As 1000-1750 J/Kg Of Mlcape Possible. On The Southern Periphery Of The Strong Speed Max Crossing The North-Central High Plains...Sufficient Vertical Shear Will Generally Exist For Sustained Multicells/Supercells With Large Hail As The Primary Hazard...Although Wind Damage And Some Tornado Risk May Exist As Well.

Southeast States/Carolinas...

Beneath Cyclonic Upper Flow...A Relatively Moist Airmass And Modest
Destabilization To The East-Southeast Of A Slow-Moving Front May
Account For Some Severe Tstm Potential Across Portions Of The Region Mainly Monday Afternoon/Early Evening. Localized Wind Damage/Some Hail Would Be The Primary Hazards.

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