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ACUS11 KWNS 260448
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SPC MCD 260448
MOZ000-ARZ000-260615-

MESOSCALE DISCUSSION 0780
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
1148 PM CDT MON MAY 25 2015

AREAS AFFECTED...SOUTHERN MO/NORTHEAST AR

CONCERNING...TORNADO WATCH 217...218...

VALID 260448Z - 260615Z

THE SEVERE WEATHER THREAT FOR TORNADO WATCH 217...218...CONTINUES.

SUMMARY...STRONG WIND GUST POTENTIAL/LIMITED TORNADO RISK MAY
CONTINUE MAINLY ACROSS SOUTH-CENTRAL/SOUTHEAST MO AND NORTHEAST AR
INTO THE OVERNIGHT.

DISCUSSION...LINEAR CONVECTIVE SEGMENT CONTINUES TO PROGRESS
NORTHEASTWARD ACROSS SOUTHEAST MO/NORTHEAST AR AS OF 1145 PM
CDT...WHILE AN EMBEDDED REMNANT COMMAHEAD CIRCULATION CONTINUES TO
SPREAD NORTHWARD OVER DOUGLAS COUNTY MO TO THE EAST OF SPRINGFIELD.
OVERALL INTENSITY/INTEGRITY OF THE CONVECTIVE LINE HAS TENDED TO
WEAKEN OVER THE PAST 1-2 HOURS WITH A RELATED INCREASE IN BOUNDARY
LAYER CINH. HOWEVER...A HIGHLY SHEARED ENVIRONMENT /BASED ON WSR-88D
VWP DATA FROM SPRINGFIELD AND MEMPHIS/ COINCIDENT WITH UPPER
60S/NEAR 70 F SURFACE DEWPOINTS SUGGEST THAT A LIMITED RISK FOR
LOCALIZED WIND DAMAGE AND/OR A TORNADO COULD REMAIN.

..GUYER.. 05/26/2015

...PLEASE SEE WWW.SPC.NOAA.GOV FOR GRAPHIC PRODUCT...

ATTN...WFO...PAH...MEG...LSX...LZK...SGF...

LAT...LON   37129233 37399202 37819009 36558988 35089061 36449134
            36989158 37129233



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