SPC 0700Z Day 2 Outlook

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Day 2 Convective Outlook  
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
1246 AM CST Tue Jan 26 2021

Valid 271200Z - 281200Z


No severe weather is expected across the U.S. on Wednesday.

While an upper trough evolves near/just off the West Coast, a second
system -- initially crossing the central and southern Plains -- will
move steadily eastward.  This trough is forecast to reach the Ohio
and Tennessee Valleys and central Gulf Coast region during the
afternoon, and then will continue east overnight clearing the East
Coast by the end of the period.  In its wake, a broadening zone of
anticyclonic flow aloft will expand to include much of the country
by the end of the period.

At the surface, high pressure is forecast across much of the
country.  One exception will be over the Southeast, where a
northeast-to-southwest baroclinic zone will lie at the start of the
period, sagging slowly southward into/across Florida as a weak
frontal wave crosses Georgia and then moves offshore during the

Showers and embedded thunderstorms will likely be ongoing at the
start of the period over portions of the Southeast -- particularly
in the vicinity of the aforementioned front.  While a stronger storm
or two may occur over the southern Alabama/Florida
Panhandle/southwestern Georgia vicinity, mainly early in the period,
any severe risk appears likely at this time to remain minimal, at

..Goss.. 01/26/2021

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