Turning partly sunny Tuesday
With t-storms staying away once again
JOPLIN, Mo. — With our cold front moving on as we head into Tuesday, that will mean partly sunny skies for the area as the cooler air sticks around for another day. The front itself and the advancing upper level trough will still prompt rain and t-storm chances for parts of the United States for the afternoon and evening.
At the surface, the cold front will work into the southeastern portion of the country. With the advancing upper level wave working into the eastern parts of the country as well, that will keep any rain and t-storm chances close to the Gulf Coast and parts of the East Coast. The Storm Prediction Center has a risk for t-storms for parts of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia and parts of the Carolina Coast. Despite both the upper level wave and cold front working together, weak instability will limit any severe weather potential for Tuesday.
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