Sunday (6/8) 10am Blog
|9am Surface Map (COD)|
|6z NAM Reflectivity for 1pm Sunday (PSU E-Wall)|
|6z NAM Reflectivity for 9pm Sunday (PSU E-Wall)|
It's worth noting that any convection that does fire will be capable of becoming strong to severe. Low level winds will veer with height, leading to the possibility of some rotation within stronger cells. With that said, speed shear is looking pretty weak. Still, with any kind of low-level directional shear, tornadic threat is non-zero.Here's the latest Hazardous Weather Outlook discussion from the National Weather Service in Sterling, VA:
Once again..this won't be a huge widespread severe weather outbreak, but I believe somewhere will get a pretty nasty storm out of this. Keep up with your local National Weather Service for any watches/warnings that may be issued the rest of the day!
|6z NAM sounding for 11am Sunday (COD) *directional shear wind barbs circled|