Severe Weather Threat Day 3 Thu Apr 11

Amplified Upper-Level Trough Over The Cntrl Conus Should Consist Of Two Prominent Shortwave Impulses By 12z/Thu.

One Should Shift Slowly Newd From The Mid-Mo Valley To The Upper Great Lakes.

The Other Located Within The Basal Portion Of The Broader Trough Should Eject Rapidly E/Newd From The Lower Rio Grande Valley Towards The Srn Appalachians Through Early Fri.

At The Surface...A Cyclone Will Progress Ewd Across The Midwest As Attendant Cold Front Pushes From The Ms Valley Across The Cntrl/Srn Appalachians By Early Fri.

Oh Valley/Mid-Atlantic To The Southeast…

A Squall Line Will Probably Be Ongoing Along The Front At 12z/Thu.

Low-Level Moistening Will Continue Ahead Of The Front/Associated
Qlcs...Contributing To Upper 50s To 60s Surface Dew Points Across
Most Of The Ern Conus Warm Sector. Although Diurnal Heating May Be Limited By Abundant Cloud Coverage Ahead Of Morning
Convection...Weak Instability Should Develop As Far N As The Cntrl
Oh Valley With Potentially Moderate Buoyancy Across Parts Of The
Deep South.

Although Deep-Layer Flow Will Be Mostly Parallel To The Front... Strengthening Of Wind Fields Is Expected In The Warm Sector With Rapid Approach Of The Lower Rio Grande Valley Shortwave Impulse.

As Such...Diurnal Re-Intensification Of Frontal Convection Appears Probable...With Severe Intensity Being Maintained Into The Evening And Perhaps Overnight Hours As Activity Develops Ewd.

Primary Hazards Should Be Isolated To Scattered Damaging Winds Along With A Few Tornadoes.


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