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SPC AC 020703

DAY 3 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
0203 AM CDT THU OCT 02 2014

VALID 041200Z - 051200Z

...NO SVR TSTM AREAS FORECAST...

...SUMMARY...
ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS MAY DEVELOP ALONG A COLD FRONT ACROSS
SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND AND COASTAL MIDDLE ATLANTIC.  SCATTERED
THUNDERSTORMS MAY ALSO DEVELOP ACROSS THE FLORIDA PENINSULA.

...ERN U.S...

STRONG MID-LEVEL HEIGHT FALLS WILL SPREAD ACROSS THE OH VALLEY INTO
SRN NEW ENGLAND LATE IN THE PERIOD.  PROGRESSIVE...DEEP UPPER TROUGH
SHOULD AID A NARROW BAND OF ELEVATED CONVECTION ACROSS SRN NEW
ENGLAND...WITH NEAR-SFC BASED TSTMS POSSIBLE ALONG THE MIDDLE
ATLANTIC COAST.  THIS ACTIVITY WILL MOVE QUICKLY OFFSHORE EXCEPT FOR
SRN NEW ENGLAND WHERE COLD FRONT MAY NOT CLEAR THE COAST UNTIL AFTER
05/00Z.

SCT CONVECTION MAY ALSO DEVELOP ALONG TRAILING COLD FRONT ACROSS THE
FL PENINSULA.  WITH LARGE SCALE FORCING EXPECTED TO REMAIN WELL
NORTH OF THIS REGION...HIGH PW AIRMASS AND DIABATIC HEATING SHOULD
BE SUFFICIENT FOR CONVECTIVE DEVELOPMENT ALONG WEAKLY CONVERGENT
COLD FRONT.

..DARROW.. 10/02/2014



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