A band of storms is going to form just ahead of a strong cold front early tomorrow afternoon across Mississippi and east/southeast Louisiana. Once formed, it will progress east through the day. But by the evening/overnight hours, CAPE should decrease, likely inducing a weakening trend as the line tracks into southeast Alabama, southern Georgia, and the Florida Panhandle.
Convective outlook for tomorrow remains largely unchanged. pic.twitter.com/5SrLjrcRxR
— Gulf Coast Storm Center (@GCSCWX) March 2, 2019
A moderately unstable warm sector and increased bulk shear values are still expected to allow for a few strong – severe storms. The Storm Prediction Center has maintained the level 2 slight risk area with little change.
Damaging wind gusts remain the primary concern. However, as noted in our previous update, other modes of severe weather can’t be ruled out entirely.
For those interested, here is a link to the SPC risk categories and what they mean: link
It is also worth noting that additional rainfall amounts could renew flooding issues for parts of Mississippi and Alabama.
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