Friday, March 30, 2012

Severe Weather Risk for Today, March 30

The Storm Prediction Center has outlined two severe weather risk areas today- one in the Ohio Valley and the other in the South Plains.

The Ohio Valley severe weather risk will be the result of a convective system currently moving east across Illinois. As the system gets into the Ohio Valley, instability of up to 2000 j/kg will be available, making for a situation that could sustain some mainly hail-producing severe storms.

The South Plains severe weather risk is positioned in a way that tells me it may be a linear formation. A system will eject eastward and bump against a dry line in central Texas. This will initiate some strong severe storms that will have a mainly hail-producing risk.

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