Today’s Severe Weather Outlook
No severe weather expected today, but there will be a chance of some thunderstorms.
Areas from the Gulf Coast into the Tennessee Valley have been outlined by the SPC in a general thunderstorm threat for today. There is warm and moist air being drawn north across the region. A shallow layer of cold air remains in place across this area, so the moisture is being lifted up and over it. A disturbance in the mid-levels will be tracking across regions and will be enhancing uplift. There will be some thunderstorms that will develop, but they will be elevated with only a few flashes of lightning and some heavy rain. Several inches of rain are possible, so we will be watching for a threat of flooding.
Heading into the new work week, the SPC is not expecting the threat of thunderstorms or severe weather, but there will be heavy rainfall across portions of the Southeast. Some areas over the Southeast could receive two to three inches of rain the next several days. No advisories are currently in effect, but rest assured that when they are, MyWARN will be alerting users in the threatened areas.
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