U.S. Severe Weather Forecast for Tomorrow
Upcoming severe weather outlook.
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Storm Prediction Center ac 250630
Day 2 convective outlook
National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
1230 am CST sun Jan 25 2015
Valid 261200z - 271200z
..no thunderstorm areas forecast...
the risk for thunderstorms appears negligible on Monday and Monday
A shortwave trough will exit the S Atlantic coast Monday morning
while an upstream impulse rapidly progresses from the upper MS
valley towards the southern Appalachians. This will effectively yield a
broad upper trough over the east...as a highly amplified ridge
becomes centered from the southern High Plains to the northwest. Closed
middle-level low west of Baja California California should slowly fill as it approaches the
Southern California coast Monday night.
Some modification to the Continental air mass over the northern Gulf
/currently characterized by 40s surface dew points/ will occur in
association with the lead shortwave trough shifting off the S
Atlantic coast. Although showers are possible over land...sufficient
buoyancy for thunderstorms should be confined to the Gulf Stream. In the
southwest...mid-level lapse rates will steepen across Southern California Monday
night just ahead of the middle-level low. However...buoyancy should
remain minimal with MUCAPE at or below 100 j/kg...precluding thunderstorm
probabilities at or above 10 percent.