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SPC AC 081255

DAY 1 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
0655 AM CST MON FEB 08 2016

VALID 081300Z - 091200Z

...NO SVR TSTM AREAS FORECAST...

...SUMMARY...
ISOLATED THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY IS POSSIBLE THIS AFTERNOON AND
EVENING FROM THE OHIO VALLEY SOUTHEASTWARD TO THE CAROLINAS.

...SYNOPSIS...
A STRONG MID-UPPER TROUGH WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE ESEWD FROM THE MS/OH
VALLEY AREA TO THE APPALACHIANS AND SE ATLANTIC COAST THROUGH
TONIGHT.  COLD MIDLEVEL TEMPERATURES AND STEEP LAPSE RATES
ACCOMPANYING THE TROUGH WILL SPREAD ESEWD FROM THE OH/TN VALLEYS TO
THE APPALACHIANS/CAROLINAS THROUGH THIS EVENING.  ASCENT IN THE LEFT
EXIT REGION OF THE MID-UPPER JET...COMBINED WITH THE STEEP LAPSE
RATES/WEAK BUOYANCY...WILL SUPPORT A RISK FOR ISOLATED LOW-TOPPED
THUNDERSTORMS...MAINLY THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING.

OTHERWISE...DRY AND/OR STABLE CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED ACROSS THE
REMAINDER OF THE CONUS WITH THE DEEP ERN TROUGH/WRN RIDGE PATTERN.

..THOMPSON/COOK.. 02/08/2016

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