Monday, October 01, 2007

Sneak preview


It looks like there is the potential for a major weather change early next week in North Alabama. A few quotes from NWS discussions....

First, from the Birmingham NWS:
"LOOKING FOR A LATE WEEKEND FRONT TO APPROACH THE AREA AS A DECENT MID-LATITUDE SEASONAL SYSTEM SWINGS ACROSS THE MID RIVER VALLEYS. THIS SYSTEM WILL BARE WATCHING AS ANY FURTHER SOUTHWARD PLACEMENT COULD TRANSLATE INTO SOME POTENTIAL SIGNIFICANT WEATHER. AT THIS TIME FEEL WE ARE GOING TO BE OK WITH THE ROUGHER STUFF REMAINING WELL NORTH OF THE AREA."

Check this out from the Memphis NWS:
"SUNDAY AND BEYOND...A BIG CHANGE IN THE WEATHER PATTERN MAY BE IN STORE ACCORDING TO LATEST MODELS. A STRONG COLD FRONT MAY MOVE THROUGH SUNDAY OR MONDAY AND BRING BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES... PERHAPS BRINGING THE FIRST SHOT OF COOLER AIR THIS AUTUMN. WILL HAVE TO WATCH THE COLD FRONT FOR STRONG TO PERHAPS SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS AS INSTABILITY AND STRONG WINDS SUPPORT SOME POTENTIAL. FOR NOW...DID NOT ALTER THE PREVIOUS FORECAST MUCH ON SUNDAY."

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