Severe Weather Live Coverage – Strong Winds, and a Few Tornadoes

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In today’s stream we talk about the severe weather event going on in the gulf states through the Carolina’s, we will be bringing live coverage of these severe thunderstorms that have large hail, damaging winds, and a few tornadoes.

…THERE IS A SLIGHT RISK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS PORTIONS OF
THE WESTERN AND CENTRAL GULF COAST REGION…

…SUMMARY…
A threat for damaging wind gusts and a few tornadoes will shift
eastward across the Lower Mississippi Valley and central Gulf Coast
region this afternoon through tonight.

…Discussion…
No changes appear necessary to the ongoing outlook, as forecast
reasoning and areas highlighted in prior outlooks continue to appear
on track. Thunderstorms should develop across the lower Mississippi
Valley region late this afternoon, and then spread across the
central Gulf Coast region, with isolated severe weather potential.

…THERE IS AN ENHANCED RISK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS FAR
NORTHEASTERN SOUTH CAROLINA…EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA…AND
SOUTHEASTERN VIRGINIA…

…SUMMARY…
Severe thunderstorms are expected across the Carolinas and Mid
Atlantic region Thursday afternoon and evening. A few severe
thunderstorms are also possible across portions of southeast
Alabama, southwest Georgia, and Florida Thursday.

…Synopsis…
A strong upper trough with an expansive area of surrounding/cyclonic
flow will shift steadily eastward into the eastern half of the U.S.
Thursday, with a closed low gradually evolving across the
Midwest/Ohio Valley. Very strong flow aloft will accompany this
system, including mid-level south-southwesterly flow in excess of
100 kt which will spread across the Appalachians into the East Coast
States during the period and an 80 to 90 kt southerly low-level jet
from the Carolinas into New England.

At the surface, a deep low initially near Lake Superior is progged
to fill gradually as it moves northeast across Ontario, to be
replaced by a deepening frontal low which is forecast to develop
over the Carolinas during the afternoon and shift quickly northward
to the Lower Great Lakes region by the end of the period. A
strong/trailing cold front will sweep eastward across the
Appalachians during the afternoon, and then off the middle and
southern Atlantic Coast overnight.

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