Friday, November 14, 2008

Slight Risk Saturday?

Say it isn't so.  If anything does develop tomorrow, you can bet I'll be in front of it.  We haven't had a storm in months!

...CAROLINAS TO MID-ATLANTIC REGION...    SCATTERED TSTMS ARE EXPECTED TO DEVELOP -- PRIMARILY IN LINEAR MODES    -- ALONG/AHEAD OF SFC COLD FRONT ACROSS THIS REGION...BEGINNING    EARLY IN PERIOD AND CONTINUING THROUGHOUT MORNING/AFTERNOON PRIOR TO    FROPA.  MAIN THREAT WILL BE DAMAGING WIND...WITH FCST LOW-LEVEL    SHEAR PROFILES INDICATING POTENTIAL FOR EITHER SUPERCELLULAR OR QLCS    RELATED TORNADOES IN A FEW LOCALES AS WELL.  SVR PROBABILITIES    THEREFORE ARE BEING UPGRADED TO CATEGORICAL CRITERIA.  RELATIVELY    DENSE CONCENTRATION OF CONVECTIVE WIND EVENTS...IN PARTICULAR...IS    POSSIBLE WITHIN BROADER AREA OF CATEGORICAL SLGT RISK NOW    DRAWN...AND UPGRADE TO PROBABILITIES WITHIN THIS AREA MAY BE NEEDED    IN FUTURE OUTLOOKS ONCE MESOSCALE UNCERTAINTIES ARE BETTER RESOLVED. 
Update:  Please check out this inspirational post by Dewdrop!  Great job Dew!

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2 comments:

Christine said...

Was watching on radar as the line was heading toward ya and thinking he has to be excited.

Hope that you got what you were looking for and that all is well!

Storm Chasing Mikey said...

Unfortunately it ended up being a big mess of drizzle and barely noticeable squall line :( Not photo worthy at all.

I tried....

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