Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Bullseye Shifts

(10:00am Tuesday) With yesterdays high pressure having moved East, the door has been opened for Gulf moisture to clip across the Pine Belt today. I think most of what we will see this Tuesday will be off and on light rain. The potential severe activity should stay just North of the Pine Belt.

Our shot at Severe weather will come Wednesday morning and afternoon. The good news is that yesterday it looked like we were in a bullseye for severe development. The SPC was forecasting a 30% chance of severe weather for us and South Alabama. Today that "30% bullseye" has shifted more East toward Alabama. I'll illustrate this on tonight's news. While our outlook has improved, by no means are we in the clear. We still have a 15%-20% chance of of Severe Weather Wednesday. So stay tuned WDAM, On Air, On the Web, and now on Twitter for text updates.

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1 comment:

Hurricane City said...

Sorry, I disagree with you Nice!!!
Also NOAA in Jackson does too. The severe weather will be south of I-20 late tonight through Wed afternoon.