SPC has our area under a 5% severe risk for tomorrow, not enough for a slight risk designation. After skimming over a couple of models I tend to agree given that there won’t be much upper level wind support overhead the Mid-Atlantic. However, with the forecast instability (CAPE) and a prefrontal trough ahead of an approaching cold front who knows what boundaries may lurk in the making? Maybe we’ll get a repeat of last Wednesday’s funnel-producing cell…then again, maybe not. Who cares? I’ll still be out chasing given half a chance!

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