Severe weather is forecast today from the Ohio Valley to the Central Gulf Coast. Squally line thunderstorms are forecast to produce damaging winds. A few tornadoes will also be possible. A bit on the unusual side for February.
Only 32% Of The Nation Has Snow On The Ground.
Once again its fairly easy to see that a cold front is sliding southeastward across the area.
12Z/5 AM MST WRF Temp Forecast.
Valid @ 3 PM MST This Afternoon.
This morning is going to be a little bit on the windy side with northwesterly winds gusting up to around 25-35 mph behind the cold front. Higher gusts will be encountered in the Guadalupe, Sacramento, and Capitan mountains. A High Wind Warning remains in effect until 10 AM MST for the Ruidoso area for northwesterly winds that will gust up to around 60 mph.
Highs this afternoon across the southeastern plains will range from the low-upper 60's. Not to worry though because we will bounce right back temp-wise starting tomorrow with highs in the mid-upper 70's. Saturday will see the upper 70's to the low 80's, and Sunday will see the upper 70's to near 80.
GEFS Ensemble Mean 1-Day Average 2-Meter Temp Anomaly.
Valid February 28 - March 1st.
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