Marginal Severe Threat for Western, Central Gulf Coast Tomorrow

Figure 1. Severe weather outlook for tomorrow.

Some strong to severe storms are possible tomorrow from southeast Texas to southwest Alabama.

A warm front is going to lift north, allowing for scattered showers/storms to develop. A few clusters of storms are also likely. Overall, the dynamics are not going to favor a robust, widespread severe weather threat.

The Storm Prediction Center has defined a level 1 out of 5 marginal risk area in their day two convective outlook (see figure 1). As of now, the primary threat with any strong/severe storms is expected to be hail. However, some locally damaging wind gusts can’t be completely ruled out.

Timing looks to be tomorrow morning into the early afternoon for Texas and southwest Louisiana. Meanwhile, storms look more likely for southeast Louisiana, south Mississippi, and southwest Alabama and Florida Panhandle later in the afternoon into the evening/overnight.

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