November to begin with mild weather but wet weather is about to return...


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Looking at the weather, we have a pretty stout upper low and trough across the Southern Plains. That is pulling in copious amounts of Gulf and Pacific moisture into the Southern tier of the country...folks, get used to that as we think this could be a common weather occurrence going into the winter season. This upper feature is spawning severe weather across the Gulf Coast and Lower Mississippi River Valley Region. It will gradually move northeast over the next 24 hours spread strong to severe thunderstorm to the east along with some heavy rainfall.




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Model Radar Simulation Thursday 8 am

On Thursday our low pressure and front will begin to push into the Mid South Region, as you can see first thing in the morning there will be a line of showers and thunderstorms along the Gulf Coast, some of those storms may be severe...








The line of storms will continue to move east through the day, here locally clouds will begin to increase as a result of the southwest flow at the surface and upper levels of the atmosphere...Rain showers by late day will start to out run its energy support from the upper levels so the showers may weaken some initially. That said, some portions of our coverage area will begin to get wet by evening...




Model Radar Composite (Thursday Noon)

The line of storms will continue to move east through the day, here locally clouds will begin to increase as a result of the southwest flow at the surface and upper levels of the atmosphere...Rain showers by late day will start to out run its energy support from the upper levels so the showers may weaken some initially. That said, some portions of our coverage area will begin to get wet by evening...





Model Radar Composite (Thursday 5 pm)















Being out ahead of the front the region should expect one more fairly mild day as temperatures could flirt with the 70's...all of that will ultimately be dependent on just how much cloud cover makes it out ahead of the front...




Model Projected Temperatures (Thursday 5 pm)

Friday right looks to be quite unsettled as that frontal boundary slides along and East of the Appalachians, and with upper level energy moving along the boundary, it raises the chances for showers and maybe even a rumble of thunder at times. We will have more on that in a later update...

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