After a weekend of inclement weather, many customers in the South and Central South lost power as temperatures and humidity dropped in the area. The cold front responsible for the severe weather threat is moving into the mid-Atlantic this afternoon but several groups of prolonged storm activity will be in focus in the Southeast this afternoon and again on Thursday. Father. We have a SMALL risk in the MS Plains for storm activity during the first part of Monday, and a DURABLE risk in Georgia and southern Alabama for a couple of storms emerging this afternoon.
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Unlike morning convection over MS Delta, storm models are less enthusiastic about the potential for storms over the next 48 hours. We’ll have to see storms forming upstream in the High Plains that are likely to persist overnight again, posing a severe morning threat to Arkansas and Louisiana on Tuesday morning. Meanwhile, the end of the front boundary will be where hurricane activity should be monitored in Georgia and the Carolinas on Monday and Tuesday.
More than the threat of severe weather will be the risk of heavy rain. Models are showing that Florida’s panhandle will see up to 6 inches of rain with 3-4 inches of rain elsewhere in the south. Due to saturated soils, this can raise concerns about local flooding.