U.S. Severe Weather Forecast (Конвекција-преглед)


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Day 1 convective outlook 
National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 
1017 am CST Mon Jan 21 2019 

Valid 211630z - 221200z 

..no thunderstorm areas forecast... 

aside from very isolated lightning flashes across parts of Utah and 
Colorado today, thunderstorms are not expected. 

A deep midlevel trough will progress eastward from the Great Basin 
today to the central and southern High Plains by early Tuesday. 
Very weak buoyancy (less than 100 j/kg mucape) in the band of ascent 
preceding the midlevel trough could support some shallow convection 
and perhaps some very isolated lightning flashes today from 
southern/eastern Utah into western Colorado. However, the minimal buoyancy 
and moisture suggest that the threat for sustained thunderstorms is 
negligible. Otherwise, the recent cold frontal passage across the 
western Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico will limit low-level moisture 
and the potential for deep convection east of The Rockies. 

.Thompson/Bentley.. 01/21/2019 


Mesoscale Discussion

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National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 
1201 PM CST sun Jan 20 2019 

Areas affected...New England 

Concerning...winter mixed precipitation 

Valid 201801z - 202200z 

Summary...moderate to heavy snow is falling across much of the 
northeast this morning. This is expected to continue through the 
afternoon with areas currently seeing freezing rain/sleet and rain, 
eventually changing to snow. 

Discussion...a 988mb surface low is currently being analyzed near 
Providence, Rhode Island at 17z. This low will continue to deepen as it moves 
northeast back over the Atlantic Ocean later this afternoon. Cold 
air is working in rapidly west of this low pressure center which is 
changing mixed precipitation back to snow from west to east. Winds 
between 1 and 2 km have switched from south-southeasterly to west 
northwesterly in the last 2 hours on the kenx vwp indicating this 
surge of Arctic air is deepening. In addition, kenx WSR-88D 
correlation coefficient data shows the transition line moving 
rapidly east across Berkshire County in western Massachusetts. 
However, in these areas, precipitation will also be coming to an end 
soon due to dry air intrusion and limited deformation band 
precipitation. Further north into Vermont and New Hampshire and 
Maine, ongoing moderate to heavy snow is expected to continue with 
snowfall rates in excess of 1 inch per hour across much of this 
area. The exception will be in eastern Maine where warm air aloft 
may build in later this afternoon and switch the snow to sleet or 
freezing rain for a period. Sleet seems like the more likely 
precipitation type considering the depth and magnitude of the cold 
air below this warm nose, but there have been upstream observations 
in the mid to upper teens reporting freezing rain, so freezing rain 
cannot be ruled out. 

Strengthening northwest winds will likely lead to blowing and 
drifting snow in much of the discussion area which will continue 
impacts through the afternoon and evening, even after precipitation 
comes to an end. These gusty winds may also exacerbate impacts in 
areas which saw significant ice accretion on trees and powerlines. 

.Bentley.. 01/20/2019 

..please see www.Spc.NOAA.Gov for graphic product... 


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