U.S. Severe Weather Forecast (Convective Outlook)

Day Three

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Day 1 convective outlook 
National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 
1235 am CDT Thursday Oct 27 2016 

Valid 271200z - 281200z 

..no severe thunderstorm areas forecast... 

severe thunderstorms are not expected over the U.S. Today or 

An upper-level ridge will move eastward from The Rockies into the High 
Plains today as an upper-level trough moves through the southern and 
central Appalachians. At the surface...a low will move across the lower 
Great Lakes region as a cold front advances southeastward into the central 
Appalachian Mountains a few thunderstorms may develop this afternoon 
along and ahead of the front from the central Appalachians eastward into 
the Middle-Atlantic States and southern New England. A few thunderstorms may 
also develop in southeast la and southern MS where a moist and somewhat unstable 
airmass will be in place this afternoon. However...conditions are 
not expected to support severe thunderstorm development across the 
Continental U.S. Today or tonight. 

.Broyles/picca.. 10/27/2016 


Mesoscale Discussion

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National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 
0214 PM CDT Wednesday Oct 26 2016 

Areas affected...cntrl/S-cntrl OK 

Concerning...severe potential...watch unlikely 

Valid 261914z - 262115z 

Probability of watch issuance...20 percent 

Summary...some isolated hail and damaging wind gusts are possible 
this afternoon across portions of central and S-central OK. Limited severe 
coverage is expected to preclude the need for a ww. 

Discussion...recent radar imagery has shown a gradual strengthening 
trend with the cluster of thunderstorms over central/E-cntrl OK. This increase 
is likely a result of modest downstream destabilization and the 
arrival of stronger forcing for ascent associated with the 
approaching shortwave trough. However...instability remains tempered 
by a relatively warm-layer between 850 and 700 mb and this lack of 
instability is expected to keep storms mostly sub-severe...despite 
favorable shear profiles promoted by strong middle/upper level flow. 
General expectation is for the current cluster to continue southeastward 
along its outflow with development favored on the SW portion of the 
cluster where instability is somewhat higher as a result of slightly 
warmer temperatures and relatively better low-level moisture. 
Eventually...a more southward motion may result as development along the 
SW flank continues and the flow aloft turns more northerly. 

Sporadic hail and a strong wind gust or two are possible but the 
anticipated transient nature of the strongest updrafts will likely 
preclude the need for a ww. 

.Mosier/Goss.. 10/26/2016 

..please see www.Spc.NOAA.Gov for graphic product... 


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