Severe Weather Threat Tuesday...
The instability isn't great, but in the winter we only need a small amount to produce severe storms down here. This means we could see storms cells with towing cumulonimbus capable of strong winds near 50+mph.
I expect the severe risk index to be the highest from Noon to 7pm, and after 7pm any tornadic threat greatly diminishes.
Highest rain totals with the frontal passage will be found in North Mississippi, but we will have the higher severe weather potential. Generally the southern tip a line of storms is the most vulnerable to rotation and higher severity.
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