U.S. Severe Weather Forecast (Coup d'œil sur la convection)

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Day 1 convective outlook 
National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 
1029 am CST Tue Jan 17 2017 


Valid 171630z - 181200z 


..there is a marginal risk of severe thunderstorms across south 
Texas... 


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Isolated severe thunderstorms may develop across parts of south 
Texas, mainly this evening and overnight. Severe hail, locally 
damaging winds, and/or a brief tornado are possible. 


..south Texas... 
A northeast/southwest-oriented front has now essentially stalled 
across west-central la and southeast/south Texas (roughly 70-90 miles 
inland from the coast). A subtle frontal wave was noted in 
mid-morning analysis across far south Texas (brush country vicinity) 
with a moist air mass (near 70 f surface dewpoints) located along 
and south/southeast of the front. 


Late morning water vapor satellite imagery features an amplifying 
trough over northeast Mexico, with an embedded shortwave impulse 
expected to reach far West Texas by mid-afternoon and parts of 
northwest Texas late tonight. DPVA and isentropic ascent focused 
near/north of the surface front should lead to an increase in 
scattered thunderstorms late this afternoon and especially into 
tonight. 


While low-level moisture will remain rich near the front, relatively 
warm upper-level temperatures should limit total buoyancy. Even so, 
a moist air mass, in conjunction with 35-45 kt effective shear and 
modestly strong/curved low-level hodographs (100-200 m2/s2 0-1 km 
srh), may yield weak/transient supercells near the surface front, 
where locally damaging winds and/or a brief tornado could occur. 
Otherwise, isolated marginally severe hail should be the main hazard 
this evening/overnight with a few of the stronger storms to the 
north of the surface front. 


.Guyer.. 01/17/2017 


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Mesoscale Discussion


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National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 
1010 am CST Tue Jan 17 2017 


Areas affected...from central New York into parts of the north 
country 


Concerning...freezing rain 


Valid 171610z - 172215z 


Summary...areas of mainly light freezing rain are expected to 
develop across central and northern New York today. 


Discussion...latest surface analysis at 16z shows sub-freezing 
temperatures from central into northern NY, with several areas 
colder than forecast by rap or NAM point forecast soundings. This is 
resulting in ongoing freezing rain along a Syracuse Johnson City 
line currently. 


Aloft, an area of warm advection will persist ahead of a weak 
shortwave trough, with the 850 mb freezing line well to the 
northeast of the discussion area. Therefore, precipitation should 
remain liquid with either rain or freezing rain, depending on the 
surface temperature. Despite some diurnal warming, a saturating 
column should result in cooling, with a few pockets of sub-freezing 
temperatures remaining especially in higher elevations. 


.Jewell.. 01/17/2017 


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


Attention...WFO...btv...aly...bgm...buf... 


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