>A line of what may be supercells in the Southeast are raising concern after wind shear values indicate that rotation in storms is not out of the question.
Below is the radar image along with risks from the SPC.
Those storms have been intensifying. Below is also the severe thunderstorm watch issued for these storms.
Almost like a rash, these storms are striking across the Southeast. Judging how they are singular-celled, they do have a slightly higher potential for tornadic activity. Below are current warnings within the watch area.
While tornado probabilities are low, isolated tornadoes cannot be ruled out due to the wind shear. The wind shear is over what is needed for reasonable thinking of supercell formation.
We will be monitoring this.