U.S. Severe Weather Forecast for Tomorrow
Upcoming severe weather outlook.
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Storm Prediction Center ac 081638
Day 2 convective outlook
National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
1038 am CST sun Dec 08 2013
Valid 091200z - 101200z
..no thunderstorm areas forecast...
broad belt of strong middle/upper level west-southwesterly flow across southern/southeastern
1/3rd of the Continental U.S. Will continue to reside on the poleward side of a
deep-layer frontal zone situated from the northern Gulf of Mexico to the
southeast U.S. Coast. The large scale pattern will continue to
support a cold and mostly dry airmass from the West Coast across The
Rockies to the Midwest/Ohio Valley.
Weak to modest sloped ascent across the Gulf Coast/southeast front
will persist in response to proximity of right entrance region of
potent middle/upper level jet core from the middle MS valley across the
central Appalachians. Filaments of relatively greater buoyancy
emanating from moist maritime tropical airmass across the Gulf could
support weak and sporadic thunderstorms near the frontal zone from the northern
Gulf Coast to Carolinas on Monday. Lack of more substantial
instability and meager forcing should keep thunderstorm activity short-lived
and a 10 percent general thunderstorm area does not appear warranted with