A Negatively-Tilted Upper-Level System Will Move Across The Nern
States Thursday As A Sfc Low Moves Over Srn New England And A
Trailing Cold Front Moves Ewd Into The Atlantic.
Convection Associated With The Upper-Level Trough Should Be Offshore By 12z Thursday Moving Further Away From The Coast During The Day. Further To The West...An Upper-Level Low Over The Cntrl States And An Associated Upper-Level Trough Extending Swd Across The Srn Plains Will Move Slowly Ewd On Thursday.
Strengthening Low-Level Flow Across East Tx And La Should Result In Some Moisture Return Into The Immediate Coastal Areas Of Tx And Wrn La. Isolated Thunderstorm Development Could Occur Along The Tx And La Coasts Late Thursday Night But Should Remain Isolated Due To Large-Scale Subsidence.
Elsewhere Across The Conus...Thunderstorm Activity Is Not Forecast
Thursday Or Thursday Night.
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