|The GFS shows instability levels shooting up Friday morning along and ahead of the front with the surface low shoots to the northeast. Other computer models are not as robust with instability levels.|
|By displaying this graphic, I'm NOT saying we will have tornadoes. I'm simply showing you the increase in activity on a historical basis this time of year. Our secondary severe weather season should always be taken seriously.|
In summary, it's way too soon to pin down details and specifics. At this point, it's simply something to watch over the coming days. When you look at years similar to this in terms of La Nina and other driving factors, an active secondary severe weather season is very possible.