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SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Potential… Watch Possible

SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Potential… Watch Possible

| June 24, 2019 @ 12:23 pm

Isolated severe thunderstorms with primarily a strong to damaging wind threat may develop this afternoon. Watch issuance is possible.

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SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Potential… Watch Possible

SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Potential… Watch Possible

| June 23, 2019 @ 4:59 pm

A severe threat may extend downstream of WW 433 from parts of western/central KY into middle TN, far northwest AL, northern and central MS and perhaps far southern AR/northern LA. Trends will be monitored but one or more additional watches may be needed in the next 1-2 hours.

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SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Potential… Watch Unlikely

SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Potential… Watch Unlikely

| June 22, 2019 @ 5:50 pm

An isolated threat for damaging wind and hail will persist for the next couple of hours, though a WW issuance probably will not be needed.

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SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Potential… Watch Possible

SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Potential… Watch Possible

| June 22, 2019 @ 1:56 pm

Thunderstorms should increase in intensity this afternoon with a risk primarily for damaging winds. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is possible prior to 3 pm CDT/20Z.

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SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Thunderstorm Watch 422…

SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Thunderstorm Watch 422…

| June 22, 2019 @ 12:01 am

Sporadic strong wind gusts will continue in and near WW 422 the next few hours.

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SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Potential… Watch Likely

SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Potential… Watch Likely

| June 21, 2019 @ 9:03 pm

Damaging wind potential will likely persist into the overnight hours and a downstream severe thunderstorm watch is likely to the south/southeast of WW 419.

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SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Thunderstorm Watch 418… 419…

SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Thunderstorm Watch 418… 419…

| June 21, 2019 @ 7:59 pm

Damaging wind gusts will continue across portions of southeast KY into western, middle and parts of eastern TN this evening. The threat should increase across parts of northern MS/AL later tonight as the bow echo develops south/southeast over the next several hours.

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SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Thunderstorm Watch 418…

SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Thunderstorm Watch 418…

| June 21, 2019 @ 5:15 pm

A damaging bow echo will continue to shift east/southeast this evening. A new severe thunderstorm watch will be needed across parts of northeast AR into TN, perhaps replacing portions of WW 418.

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SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Thunderstorm Watch 408… 409… 410…

SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Thunderstorm Watch 408… 409… 410…

| June 20, 2019 @ 6:17 pm

The severe threat continues to shift quickly eastward across portions of North Carolina and South Carolina, while shifting more slowly southward across southern Georgia/southeastern Alabama.

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SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Potential… Watch Likely

SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Potential… Watch Likely

| June 20, 2019 @ 11:03 am

Thunderstorms are expected to develop by 17-18Z over a large part of the Southeast U.S. and increase in coverage and intensity during the afternoon, posing a risk for damaging wind and hail. A WW will probably be needed for a portion of this region by 17Z.

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SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Thunderstorm Watch 406…

SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Thunderstorm Watch 406…

| June 20, 2019 @ 2:34 am

Strong/gusty winds producing occasional damage should continue across Severe Thunderstorm Watch 406.

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SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Potential… Severe Thunderstorm Watch Likely

SPC Mesoscale Discussion: Severe Potential… Severe Thunderstorm Watch Likely

| June 19, 2019 @ 9:59 pm

A bow echo over southeastern AR is rapidly moving east at 55kt and will exit severe thunderstorm watch 405 around 11pm CDT. A new severe thunderstorm watch will be needed for MS, parts of western TN, and into northwest and north-central portions of AL.

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