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ACUS03 KWNS 310730
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SPC AC 310729

DAY 3 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
0229 AM CDT FRI OCT 31 2014

VALID 021200Z - 031200Z

...NO SVR TSTM AREAS FORECAST...

...SUMMARY...
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL AFFECT THE FOUR CORNERS STATES DURING
THE DAY ON SUNDAY...AND MAY SPREAD AS FAR EAST AS THE CENTRAL PLAINS
SUNDAY NIGHT AND INTO MONDAY MORNING.

...SYNOPSIS...
AS THE ERN U.S. UPPER TROUGH SHIFTS OFF THE MIDDLE/SRN ATLANTIC
COAST AND ACROSS NEW ENGLAND...THE MORE SLOWLY ADVANCING WRN TROUGH
WILL REMAIN OVER THE WRN HALF OF THE COUNTRY.  IN BETWEEN...A
SLOW-MOVING RIDGE WILL REMAIN ALIGNED ROUGHLY ALONG THE MS VALLEY.

WITH A COOL/CONTINENTAL SURFACE AIRMASS IN PLACE OVER THE ERN HALF
OF THE COUNTRY AND HIGH PRESSURE SPREADING ACROSS THE NWRN STATES IN
THE WAKE OF AN ADVANCING COLD FRONT...DEEP/MOIST CONVECTION SHOULD
BE LARGELY CONFINED TO THE FOUR CORNERS STATES DURING THE DAY IN
ADVANCE OF THE APPROACHING UPPER TROUGH.  LATER...AS A NOCTURNAL
LOW-LEVEL JET INCREASES ACROSS THE PLAINS...SOME POTENTIAL FOR
ELEVATED CONVECTION MAY SPREAD AS FAR E AS THE KS/NEB VICINITY
THROUGH THE END OF THE PERIOD.

..GOSS.. 10/31/2014




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