Get Forecast For:
Lawrenceville Weather

Severe Weather Outlook for February 21, 2017

This page has information on possible severe weather on Tuesday as provided by the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center. You can also view outlooks for today and tomorrow. This map and discussion are updated early each morning.

Refer to the text discussion below the map for descriptions of possible severe weather threats.

Hazardous Weather Forecast Maps:

Convective Outlook

Severe Weather Discussion:

ACUS03 KWNS 190727
SPC AC 190726

Day 3 Convective Outlook  
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
0126 AM CST Sun Feb 19 2017

Valid 211200Z - 221200Z


Organized severe thunderstorms are not forecast across the
contiguous United States on Tuesday.

A mid-level trough over the eastern Pacific will approach the West
Coast while a strong belt of mid- to high-level flow will exist from
the Interior West across the north-central states and into the Great
Lakes region.  A series of smaller scale mid-level perturbations
will translate eastward across the northern Great Basin and Northern
Intermountain region.  Showers and a few widely spaced thunderstorms
are possible with these disturbances, especially near the CA/OR
border.  Farther east, a weakening and elongated mid-level trough
will move across the OH Valley and a mid-level low will meander east
near the LA coast.  Weak instability may aid in the development of a
few weak thunderstorms over the lower MS Valley.

..Smith.. 02/19/2017