This is our day 2 "convective outlook", for the coverage region. This product is routinely updated twice during the period so that you can keep current on the latest information. If a significant severe weather outbreak is forecast, such information will be highlighted in the appropriate section of this product.

THE OUTLOOK AT A GLANCE

CATEGORICAL NONE LIMITED SLIGHT ELEVATED MODERATE HIGH
THUNDERSTORM MODE NONE QLCS - Quasi-Linear Convective System MULTICELL - Clusters/line SUPERCELL SUB-SEVERE OTHER
THUNDERSTORM TIMING None After 9:00 AM After 1:00 PM After 5:00 PM After 9:00 PM
PROBABILITIES ALL SEVERE FACETS

1900 UTC DAY 2 SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK GRAPHICS

Categorical Any Severe
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DAY 2 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK
SCO/MIDWEST WEATHER SERVICE STEVENS POINT/WHITING WI
1236 PM CDT WED JUN 20 2018

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM FORECAST DISCUSSION:
SUMMARY OF THE 211900Z - 221200Z...INFORMATION.

REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS...

Scattered thunderstorms are indicated for much of the southern/eastern portions of the coverage region. No severe weather is forecast.

CATEGORICAL RISK HEADLINES...

None

SYNOPTIC SUMMARY...
A rather deep closed mid to upper level trough across the central plains will move eastward into the OH valley. Meanwhile, the split flow
pattern continues. Stout mid laditude ridging across Canada should begin to dampen and collapse southeast. As this occurs, more high pressure
across the four corners region will begin expanding northward. Yet another upper level trough will approach the Pacific northwest coast. 
At the surface, a frontal boundary should finally sag southeast out of our coverage region.

THUNDERSTORM FORECAST DISCUSSION...
Some scattered thunderstorms are possible along and ahead of this front, with the storms ending with frontal passage.

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER CONCERN AREAS:

None.

THE NEXT UPDATE:

The next forecast update is scheduled for 700 am Thursday.

FORECASTER: Adamski
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