Friday, December 28, 2007

Severe risk in South Alabama

Lots of clouds this morning in North Alabama as we are now between two rounds of storms.

The SPC has moved the severe threat to the south and maintains a slight risk for SE Louisiana, SE Mississippi, the southern two thirds of Alabama, and Northwest Florida. Instability is weak in North Alabama (which is typical in December) and the strong low level jet will be ejecting to the northeast before the limited instability peaks. A few small tornadoes and isolated severe weather are still possible this afternoon to our south just prior to frontal passage.

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