SPC 1630Z Day 1 Outlook

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Day 1 Convective Outlook  
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
1026 AM CST Tue Mar 02 2021

Valid 021630Z - 031200Z


Thunderstorms are possible today through tonight across parts of the
central/northeastern Gulf Coastal Plain eastward to coastal Georgia,
southern South Carolina and northern Florida.

A compact upper low continues to track eastward across OK/AR, with
large-scale lift affecting much of the southeast states today.  This
is resulting in a region of showers and isolated thunderstorms from
southeast LA into MS/AL/GA/FL.  This activity will persist through
the afternoon/tonight while moving slowly eastward.

Models are in agreement that a deepening surface low will track
across the northern Gulf of Mexico today, with the associated warm
front just off or barely on shore over the FL panhandle this
evening.  This may result in a few strong storms in the coastal
waters or perhaps slightly inland.  However, most CAM solutions
suggest the risk of a surface-based storm moving ashore is rather
low, so will maintain the ongoing forecast of less-than 5% coverage
of severe.  If a surface-based storm could affect the Big Bend area
of FL, it would pose a risk of damaging winds or a brief tornado.

..Hart.. 03/02/2021

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