Thursday, June 7, 2012

Sunday Severe Weather Still A Risk for Upper Midwest

There remains a formidable severe weather risk for the Upper Midwest on Sunday, including much of Minnesota into northwest Wisconsin.

This severe weather will come as a strong low pressure system lifts into Canada. Extended down south will be a cold front, which will sweep into the region, promoting strong storm cells. It is likely that these storms will start out individualized, which could very well promote supercellular structures. However, there will be less instability available to this round of storms. There will also be a capping inversion that will have to be broken over the course of the morning and afternoon if any storms want to form. That said, these storms have the potential to be less intense than the ones forecast for Saturday, which you can read about by clicking here.


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