Early Unofficial Advisory – Feb. 24 to 26 – USA Deep South

We have some preliminary information that a low pressure area will be moving out of Arizona on Feb. 24. This low pressure area will track to the east into Thursday, February 26. There will also be a slight shift in the Jet Stream at about the same time and IF the Jet Stream track goes far enough to the south, the moisture being pushed north from the low pressure area  will collide with the unseasonably cold air at the Jet Stream boundary and may cause a significant ICE event for many areas of the Deep South.   We are watching this situation develop and we will add data to this post if warranted. Because of the potential seriousness of this event, we will not allow member postings in this particular thread.  This is being done for safety reasons.
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