PerryW Project Supporter
- Florence, AL
It's going to take more than the sun coming out to destabilize northwest Alabama. The outflow with the morning round is still sinking south with time. That means it's going to be harder to recover dewpoints, despite the sun maybe coming out and temperatures with time getting back into the mid 70s. In addition to that, if winds do become more southerly over north Alabama, we're not advecting an unstable air mass northward. We are instead advecting from an area with rain-cooled air and overturned lapse rates. The threat isn't over for north Alabama to the north of these storms, but it's a whole lot lower than it otherwise would be, and I'm growing increasingly skeptical.