SEVERE WEATHER ALERT:

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Significant Weather System Is On The Way

A strong frontal boundary will approach the area, from the west, late on Wednesday, and during the early morning hours on Thursday. Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible with the frontal boundary. Severe storms will only be isolated in nature and not a large, widespread event. As of now, the SPC has only put the First Coast under a slight risk zone.


With a very warm and moist air mass in place across the region, the potential for severe weather is increased. A high enough combination of wind shear and instability should be in place across our region to aid in thunderstorm development.



Severe Weather Chances:
Southern Georgia: 5 out of 10
North Florida: 4 out of 10
Central Florida 5 out of 10


Severe Weather Update:
Tornado Futurescan Product showing that between a 50-75% (Red/Purple area) chance of one tornado in the area, during the day on Thursday. And an 40% chance of 1 or 2 additional tornadoes forming.

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