Post by thermalwind - Touro on Mar 5, 2021 15:31:49 GMT -6
Oh, the center of the country will certainly get some more winter. I'm always thinking coastal LA and MS when posting in these discussion threads.
At this point, I'm thinking severe weather and frontal passages for the deepest bits of the south. It's actually about to be pretty warm out my way too. I think we'll break 60 at the house (sun angle plus frozen lake reflection has us overshoot the surrounding area by a few degrees). Winter comes back by the end of next week.
Post by HarahanTim - Now in Covington! on Mar 6, 2021 20:43:59 GMT -6
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📢 Heads up: The KLIX radar will be down until further notice. We are currently awaiting parts. Nearby radars that cover our area include: KMOB, KDGX, KPOE, and KLCH. We apologize for the inconvenience.
"Beyond Wednesday going straight into Thursday and Friday, main story will be staying firm on a much warmer bias as opposed to deterministic blended guidance. Leaning above the 50th percentile (2-3+ degrees or so) warmer through the rest of the week, which places many areas in the upper 70's to lower 80's. Can't rule out a few mid 80's, especially Thursday and Friday as 588dm ridging becomes anchored into the western Gulf. This will help keep all storm systems well to the north through the rest of the week. Regardless of such a strong moist return flow in place, this same aforementioned strong ridging and surface high dominating the SE US will keep this subsidence inversion locked in the low-levels, suppressing/capping any shower or storm development combined with lack of deeper synoptic lift. Overall, the rest of the week can be summed up as dry and warm. Got a feeling we will look back on this nice stretch of weather later this season, especially going into the summer months so enjoy it!"
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