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Isolated Severe Threat Continues for Counties Under Severe T-Storm Watch : The Alabama Weather Blog

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Here’s the latest Mesoscale Discussion text:

Concerning… Severe Thunderstorm Watch 334…

The severe weather threat for Severe Thunderstorm Watch 334 continues.

SUMMARY… Isolated strong to locally severe gusts remain possible across parts of northeast AL, though downstream watch issuance is not expected.

DISCUSSION… Latest regional radar data shows a cluster of storms tracking eastward across parts of northeast AL, where moderate to strong instability exists, per the 00Z BMX sounding. While convective organization has generally been limited owing to modest deep-layer flow/shear, continued upscale growth could support isolated strong to locally severe gusts over parts of northeast AL. While local extensions of WW334 could be warranted in northeast AL, a downstream watch is not expected at this time.

Category: Alabama’s Weather, ALL POSTS, Severe Weather

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2022-06-09 00:58:45

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