March 17, 2010
Soggy Wet Weather for Southern U.S.
Showers will flirt with parts of the Southeast Wednesday and Thursday as two upper-level disturbances move through and a diffuse storm develops and then exits off the Georgia coast.
Temperatures over the next 2 days will be near average for most. The exceptions will be below average temperatures in the Southeast showers and a trend to above average temperatures from the Texas/Oklahoma Panhandles to North Carolina. By Thursday, highs will generally peak in the 60s with some 70s in the southern Plains and south Florida.
Friday, a new storm coming out of the Rockies will begin to pop showers in Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle. The southern Plains will turn quite windy. Then ahead of a strong cold front, shower and thunderstorms will race eastward into the lower Mississippi Valley Saturday and into the Southeast Sunday. Some of the thunderstorms could be severe
Posted by AG-ER Team at 3/17/2010