...TN/OH VLYS... A SEPARATE AREA OF SVR POTENTIAL WILL LIKELY
DEVELOP ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE TN/OH VLYS DURING THE AFTN/EVE.
STRONGEST DCVA WILL TRANSLATE NEWD AWAY FROM THE RICH GULF MOISTURE
SOURCE FARTHER SE. BUT...LINGERING 50S SFC DEW POINTS ARCING BACK
ALONG THE CDFNT/SFC LOW INTO THE LWR OH VLY BENEATH STEEP
MID-TROPOSPHERIC LAPSE RATES WILL CONTRIBUTE TO MLCAPES OF A FEW
HUNDRED J PER KG. EXPECT THAT SCTD TSTMS WILL DEVELOP AND
SLOWLY INTENSIFY FROM PARTS OF WRN KY/MIDDLE TN AMIDST STRONG
A FEW LOW-TOPPED SUPERCELLS MAY EVOLVE AND
ADVANCE INTO PARTS OF SRN IND...SWRN OH AND KY/ERN TN DURING THE
EVENING. LARGE HAIL AND ISOLD DMGG WIND GUSTS WILL BE
POSSIBLE. TORNADOES CANNOT BE RULED OUT...ESPECIALLY WITH MORE
SUSTAINED STORMS AND CLOSE TO THE SFC LOW TRACK. SVR THREATS
WILL DIMINISH WITH NE EXTENT AND AFTER SUNSET.
Saturday, March 28, 2009
Here's the text portion of this outlook for our regions here in SCK and Middle TN (I think we have more of a severe threat now then does Northern AL and Northern MS...)