Short range model guidance suggests the cold front currently working its way east across the nation will fire off another day's worth of severe weather. Highest risk appears to be placed across Alabama and Georgia in the area of the highest instability. Overall instability is moderate at best, with highest values in the aforementioned areas. Helicity in the atmosphere will be decently high across all areas, but the lack of high instability makes for a rather low-moderate tornado risk. I can see a situation in which weak tornadoes evolve from this set-up, but I do not expect several big tornadoes across the Medium Risk area. High Wind index looks to be high for this event, as the typical cold front merging of severe thunderstorms occurs to form a squall line. New model forecasts indicate instability will be higher than previously thought, and that storm cells may be stronger than previously thought. I'm going to stay with my current thinking on the graphic above; I feel that the graphic best interprets my thinking right now.