Medium-Range Models In Decent Agreement Through Most Of The Forecast Period...With High Pressure At The Surface Likely To Persist Across The Ern Half Of The U.S. Through At Least The Day 6/7 Time Frame /Mar. 29-30/. This Will Largely Preclude Any Chance For Appreciable Deep Convection E Of The Ms River Through The Period.
Retreat Of The Low Theta-E Continental Airmass Over The Central U.S. Will Require The Approach/Development Of A Fairly Substantial Storm System...The Next Of Which Remains An Upper Low/Trough Over The Ern Pacific Which Is Progged To Begin A March Inland Day 8 /Sun. 3-31/ Per Recent And Current Model Guidance.
However...With Most Of The Surface Response To This System E Of The Rockies Not Expected To Occur Until After The Forecast Period...No Threat Areas Will Be Issued This Forecast.
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