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Severe Severe weather 3/30-4/1 2021

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BMX only showing a 1 on their scale for storms with wind and hail... tornadoes not mentioned... sure would be nice not to have tornado supercells for once.
i agree everything this season seems amplified 10x when it comes to severe weather. Can't remember the last time there was a back to to back high risk so early in a season
 

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If nam holds a slight risk may be needed for Wednesday in Carolinas. Nothing eye popping but the line will move through during the evening so.


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Lapse rates are horrendous tho, and Hodographs aren’t really concerning
Later threat = better LLJ/lapse rates
Earlier threat = more diurnal heating but ---- lapse rates and weak low level shear F96B45F0-3FA7-474A-9392-9C6FB43A84FF.png
 

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Both Nam models show a tornado threat in Carolinas. Maybe low threat but a threat. The other models don’t really show much tornado risk. Something to watch but for now we can assume the Nam is likely to aggressive.


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Both Nam models show a tornado threat in Carolinas. Maybe low threat but a threat. The other models don’t really show much tornado risk. Something to watch but for now we can assume the Nam is likely to aggressive.


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HRRR has been on point lately.


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Yeah new HRRR is depicting what’s usually been happening the past few severe events ... front is faster and most of it will end up as crapvection .... per HRRR .. maybe some gusty winds but bleh bigger story would be the cold after
 

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Yeah new HRRR is depicting what’s usually been happening the past few severe events ... front is faster and most of it will end up as crapvection .... per HRRR .. maybe some gusty winds but bleh bigger story would be the cold after
If you blend the nam and hrrr your area may sit solid
 

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Yeah new HRRR is depicting what’s usually been happening the past few severe events ... front is faster and most of it will end up as crapvection .... per HRRR .. maybe some gusty winds but bleh bigger story would be the cold after
Have faith, you and I are on the same severe weather team! We will prevail. fro will fail! EASTERN piedmont is top!
 

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If you blend the nam and hrrr your area may sit solid
True yeah the end of the HRRR looked a bit more interesting but things just usually don’t play out perfectly like that ... I’m sure these storms are going to move in a bit quicker than even modeled now .. timing would be everything and cloud cover looks to be abundant .. I’m hesitant to give it a green light for severe
 

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The placement of that low pressure on the 3k Nam


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