Squall Line Tommorow????

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A cold front will come through the region tomorrow night with low pressure and warm front moving across the lower great lakes. Morning convection should be moving through the lower Ohio valley followed by a break in the early afternoon before a broken line of storms forms along the cold front late in the day. At this time instability is marginal however some decent low level jet energy could aid allow storms to become strong or severe with damaging winds and isolated tornadoes. I’ll update periodically tomorrow on the risk of this line of storms.  Right now the majority of modeling suggests a low threat however the 18z nam sounding for Lexington indicated a higher severe threat.  the storm prediction center has the region in a slight risk for severe weather.

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One Response to “Squall Line Tommorow????”

  1. mitchg Says:

    increased shear and helicity values may yield a isolated tornado this afternoon.

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