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 Forecast Discussion

ACUS03 KWNS 010816
SPC AC 010815

Day 3 Convective Outlook  
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
0215 AM CST Thu Dec 01 2022

Valid 031200Z - 041200Z


Isolated thunderstorms will be possible on Saturday in far eastern
North Carolina, in parts of south Texas, the lower Mississippi
Valley, Tennessee Valley and on the West Coast. No severe threat is
expected Saturday or Saturday night.

The upper-level pattern on Saturday will consist of a trough in the
Northeast, west-northwest flow in the central U.S. and southwest
flow in the Desert Southwest. At the surface, a trough will be
located in the Atlantic coastal states, with a dome of high pressure
in the central U.S. A cold front is forecast to move southeastward
through the western and central Gulf Coast states. The front will
also move eastward across the Appalachians to the Atlantic coast.
Thunderstorms could occur ahead of or along the front in far eastern
North Carolina, and across parts of the Lower Mississippi and
Tennessee Valleys Saturday afternoon. An isolated storm could also
occur in parts of south Texas. No severe threat is expected across
the continental United States on Saturday and Saturday night.

..Broyles.. 12/01/2022