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Thermal boundary – localized severe threat?

| 2:33 pm November 22, 2011 | Comments (2)

Due to morning storms north and sunshine south, a weak thermal boundary has set up from Demopolis to Clanton to Wedowee +/-.  The instability is greater south of this line (shown above), and there could be an increased threat for severe weather, including isolated tornadoes, near that boundary this afternoon.  We’ll keep an eye on that.



Category: Meteorology 101

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  1. cherry says:

    Just what does that mean for wedowee? Your blog and radar are what I count on during bad weather

  2. Snowman says:

    Looking like more than snow flurries Mr. Spann Those upper lows can produce unpredictable amounts of snow even with a warm ground and temps just above freezing. I think someone will be very suprised!

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