EASTER SUNDAY TORNADO/ SEVERE Wx OUTBREAK POSS. DEEP SOUTH: LA, MS, AL, GA

SPC already calling for a severe weather outbreak in the Deep South from East Texas all the way East to Georgia.

FIDDY PER CENT RULE, B:
www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/day3otlk.html

“…THERE IS A MODERATE RISK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS FOR
CENTRAL/NORTHERN LOUISIANA…SOUTHEAST
ARKANSAS…MISSISSIPPI…WESTERN/CENTRAL ALABAMA…

SUMMARY
An outbreak of severe thunderstorms appears likely Sunday into
Sunday night, with the greatest threat expected from Louisiana
east-northeastward through much of the Southeast and Tennessee
Valley. Strong, long-tracked tornadoes and potentially widespread
damaging wind are possible.

… SYNOPSIS…
The ejecting shortwave trough initially over the southern High
Plains Sunday morning is forecast to move quickly eastward and then
northeastward through the period, as it moves around the periphery
of a deepening longwave trough over the central CONUS. As this
occurs, a surface low will move eastward to the Mississippi Valley
by Sunday afternoon, and then rapidly deepen and move northeastward
into the lower Great Lakes by Monday morning. Very strong mass
response will draw rich low-level moisture northward into portions
of the Southeast. ”

 

h/t Too Dark