U.S. Severe Weather Forecast (Previsión convectiva)

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Day 1 convective outlook 
National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 
0228 PM CDT Wed Oct 18 2017 


Valid 182000z - 191200z 


..no severe thunderstorm areas forecast... 


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isolated thunderstorms will continue into the evening over a portion 
of the Florida Peninsula, southwestern New Mexico and far West 
Texas. Isolated/brief thunder is also possible tonight near the 
olympic peninsula of Washington. 


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Only minor adjustments have been made to previous forecast. 


.Dial.. 10/18/2017 


Previous discussion... /issued 1051 am CDT Wed Oct 18 2017/ 


A moist/unstable air mass remains across the central and southern Florida 
Peninsula today, where scattered showers and thunderstorms are 
expected through the period. Elsewhere, isolated thunderstorms will 
be possible beneath a weak mid-level impulse moving across 
nm/southwest TX, and in the strong onshore flow along the Washington coast. 
No severe storms are forecast today. 


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Mesoscale Discussion


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Mesoscale discussion 1719 
National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 
0203 PM CDT sun Oct 15 2017 


Areas affected...from eastern Ohio across Pennsylvania and into 
western/central New York 


Concerning...severe potential...watch possible 


Valid 151903z - 152000z 


Probability of watch issuance...40 percent 


Summary...a narrow line of low-topped showers and thunderstorms will 
develop eastward with a threat of strong to severe wind gusts this 
afternoon. 


Discussion...multiple segments of low-topped showers and storms are 
developing from southwest Ontario into eastern Ohio along an 
intensifying cold front. The strongest area of lift currently exists 
over Canada, and this is where sporadic lightning activity is 
occurring. 


Surface observations show gradually warming temperatures, with 
dewpoints in the lower 60s. The deeper moist plume exists mainly 
just ahead of the front, with drier air/lower precipitable water values from the 
Appalachians into New England. Temperatures aloft are not very cold 
except for well behind the front into Michigan, leading to only weak 
cape values. In addition, much of the instability exists mainly in 
the parts of the atmosphere. 


With mean winds in excess of 40 kt in the lowest few km, these 
showers and storms along the cold front will likely Transfer 
momentum to the surface with 40-50 mph wind gusts possible, and 
perhaps an isolated severe gust. The most likely area for severe 
winds would appear to be over New York where mean wind speeds are 
strongest, and in closest proximity to the shortwave trough. In 
addition, veering winds with height and sufficient srh may result in 
embedded areas of rotation in qlcs fashion. This, however, will be 
dependent on sufficient instability being present. Ample heating 
over New York lends some confidence of this possibility. 


.Jewell/Hart.. 10/15/2017 


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


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