From today's SPC Day 2 Outlook:  "GREATEST POTENTIAL FOR
BOUNDARY LAYER
MODIFICATION/COUPLING WILL EXIST EAST OF THE
APPALACHIANS WHERE
DEVELOPMENT OF A NARROW COLD FRONTAL
RAIN BAND APPEARS LIKELY DURING
THE AFTERNOON. KINEMATICS
AS CURRENTLY FORECAST APPEAR MORE THAN
SUFFICIENT FOR
CONVECTIVE DAMAGING WINDS TO SPREAD EAST THROUGH EARLY

EVENING GIVEN FORECAST STORM MOTION OF 50-60KT...AND MEAN
WIND
IN EXCESS OF 70KT. A BRIEF/ISOLATED TORNADO CANNOT BE
COMPLETELY
RULED OUT GIVEN INTENSE EFFECTIVE SRH IN EXCESS
OF 500 M2/S2 OVER
SOME PARTS OF THE DELMARVA/SERN PA AREA
THROUGH EARLY EVENING.
"

Maybe I need to hold off on completing my 2007 chase
narrative and go dust off the chase gear!! It also
sounds like I need to be prepared for a good intercept
position and then an impossible tail chase given the
storm motions.
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