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SPC AC 071214

DAY 1 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
0614 AM CST SUN FEB 07 2016

VALID 071300Z - 081200Z

...NO TSTM AREAS FORECAST...

...SUMMARY...
THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY IS NOT EXPECTED THROUGH TONIGHT ACROSS THE
CONTIGUOUS UNITED STATES.

...SYNOPSIS...
THE LARGE-SCALE PATTERN...CHARACTERIZED BY A MEAN TROUGH IN THE E
AND A MEAN RIDGE NEAR THE PAC COAST...WILL PROVE UNFAVORABLE OVERALL
FOR THUNDERSTORM DEVELOPMENT.  ANY CONVECTION WITH THE DEEPENING
CYCLONE OFF THE SC COAST SHOULD REMAIN E OF THE CAROLINAS THROUGH
THE PERIOD.  AN AMPLIFYING UPSTREAM SHORTWAVE TROUGH WILL BE
ACCOMPANIED BY COLD MIDLEVEL TEMPERATURES AND STEEP LAPSE RATES...AS
WELL AS ASCENT IN THE LEFT EXIT REGION OF THE MID-UPPER JET.  MEAGER
MOISTURE AND COOL LOW-LEVEL TEMPERATURES WILL LIMIT
BUOYANCY...THOUGH SOME SHALLOW CONVECTION AND SPARSE LIGHTNING
FLASHES CANNOT BE COMPLETELY RULED OUT FROM NRN MO THIS AFTERNOON TO
WRN/CENTRAL KY OVERNIGHT.

..THOMPSON/COOK.. 02/07/2016

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