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Strong to Severe Storms Possible Wednesday – Thursday; Turning Cooler Late Week


Figure 1. GFS predicted 500 millibar heights and anomalies for Thursday, showing the upper-level trough digging south | Credit: Weatherbell 

An active start to November is looking likely weather wise .

Model guidance is advertising a strong upper-level trough and associated cold front to drop south Wednesday/Thursday (see figure 1).

There will be a line of showers storms along/ahead of the front. There also appears to be some some severe weather potential. However, the details have yet to be ironed out. A much cooler, drier air mass will settle in the wake of the front Thursday-Friday.

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