weatherwiz Posted July 18, 2022 Share Posted July 18, 2022 Monday, July 18, 2022: Strong shear overspreading the region characterized by bulk shear values exceeding 30 knots and effective helicity values approaching 150-200 m2s2 along the warm front. A very moist low-level airmass characterized by dewpoints into the upper 60's is helping to yield modest CAPE values. With strong shear expected across the region through the day we'll see multiple opportunities for thunderstorms through the day. One this morning with the warm front and additional development over the course of the day. Given modest CAPE and strong shear (including directional shear) a few weak tornadoes and some localized damaging wind gusts are possible!!! Thursday, July 21, 2022: Potential for moderate instability and strong wind shear = wind damage threat!!! (More on this later) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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