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Kory

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Next Thursday looks rough with recent model trends. Large scale troughing in the Western U.S. into the Plains with quality moisture return and high shear.
 

amp1998

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Next Thursday looks rough with recent model trends. Large scale troughing in the Western U.S. into the Plains with quality moisture return and high shear.
Next Thursday/Friday looks interesting to me too. Problem with Thursday at first glance is substantial warm sector contamination. If the current EURO is right, Friday morning looks potent for Dixie Alley.
 

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SPC pulled the trigger on a slight risk for Wednesday in Texas. They also put a marginal up into the Texas Panhandle/Western Oklahoma. Still staying pretty ambiguous on Thursday/Friday though.
 

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The Euro rainfall is pretty crazy through the end of the run. Widespread 8-10 inches from LA/MS into AL/TN with isolated 12” locations. Heavy subtropical jet influence with a cut off trough over the Western/Central US will keep a boundary stalled over the region with widespread rainfall.
 

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The Euro rainfall is pretty crazy through the end of the run. Widespread 8-10 inches from LA/MS into AL/TN with isolated 12” locations. Heavy subtropical jet influence with a cut off trough over the Western/Central US will keep a boundary stalled over the region with widespread rainfall.
They keep bouncing back and forth from a squall line with embedded severe storms with straight-line winds and hail to possibly some rotating tornadic storms here in Texas. They also switch from here in central Texas to a more northerly risk of severe weather. The local discussion said there was not going to be enough heating tomorrow to support supercells.

My worry is the models seem off already. We are getting showers already that were not supposed to be here until late tonight or tomorrow and we had an extremely foggy morning here, so the air is very, very saturated.

What do you guys think and what are you seeing when this system rolls east towards the mid-south. As I said before, I have family in Mississippi and Alabama that depend on me warning them ahead of time since I am the family weather nut.
 

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Several Tornado Warnings have been issued this morning in Louisiana. Those storms are moving into Southern Mississippi soon.
 

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Early Morning Tornado warnings were issued in Texas and Arkansas.
 

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The biggest problem will be excessive rainfall. High res models nail the I-20/59 corridor from the MS/AL line to Birmingham. Isolated 6-8 inches as the squall line stalls. This could be a serious flood problem.
 

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The squall line is beginning to come to a halt from South Louisiana into Southern MS and Western AL. Get prepared for flash flooding...potentially significant.
 

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Lots of creeks and streams are overflowing banks this morning. Widespread 4-6" of rain have fallen in the past 12-18 hours across Central and Southern AL. Don't look now...another rainy stretch into the New Year. El Nino is making its presence known...

High water rescues in parts of Louisiana and Mississippi which have gotten near a foot of rain....
 

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Lots of creeks and streams are overflowing banks this morning. Widespread 4-6" of rain have fallen in the past 12-18 hours across Central and Southern AL. Don't look now...another rainy stretch into the New Year. El Nino is making its presence known...

High water rescues in parts of Louisiana and Mississippi which have gotten near a foot of rain....
It seems to me like the storm track this year has been significantly more active than the 2015 Nino, which was busy in it's own right.

I've seen sun less than 5 times the whole month of December.. this may be record.
 

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They just issued a Tornado warning off of that storm.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE HAS ISSUED A

* TORNADO WARNING FOR...
SOUTHEASTERN HENRY COUNTY IN SOUTHEASTERN ALABAMA...
NORTHEASTERN HOUSTON COUNTY IN SOUTHEASTERN ALABAMA...
WEST CENTRAL EARLY COUNTY IN SOUTHWESTERN GEORGIA...

* UNTIL 1230 PM EST/1130 AM CST/.
 

Kory

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In all my years of living in Tuscaloosa, I don't think I've ever seen Jack Warner Parkway flooded from the river. Last crest over 140 feet...4/4/2000.



 

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