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Mesoscale Discussion 369
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   Mesoscale Discussion 0369
   NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
   0741 PM CDT Sun Apr 12 2020

   Areas affected...northern GA...far southeast TN...and western
   portions of NC

   Concerning...Tornado Watch 112...

   Valid 130041Z - 130145Z

   The severe weather threat for Tornado Watch 112 continues.

   SUMMARY...Damaging wind/tornado risk is expanding into the
   southwestern TN area and adjacent portions of the western Carolinas.
    A new tornado watch will be issued.

   DISCUSSION...A long-lived, well-organized cluster of storms that has
   maintained tornadic potential despite the marginal thermodynamic
   environment, continues moving northeastward across northwestern
   GA/WW 112.  Given the organization of the storms, it appears that
   damaging wind/tornado risk will continue spreading into western
   portions of North Carolina and far southeastern Tennessee.  A new,
   small tornado watch will be issued shortly, downstream from WW 112.

   ..Goss.. 04/13/2020

   ...Please see for graphic product...


   LAT...LON   34908526 35408441 35568318 35288270 34238398 33808532

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