>Severe Weather Briefing: 1:28pm April 10 2011

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SYNOPSIS: Warm front currently lifting north into Central WI is creating a strong capping inversion over the Midwest. Temperatures over the area are surpassing 80 degrees, with dewpoints over 60.
Cold front out west currently accompanied by a secondary low as the main low is moving into Minnesota.
Although the cold front is projected to create storms, the strong cap is in place, limiting storms.

We can expect this cap to rupture going into this afternoon. When it does, strong storms will erupt immediately.
There are even signs of updrafts occurring in the Southern Plains, a sign that convective thunderstorms may be preparing to erupt.
Up in Wisconsin, where there is more concern, initiation of storms is expected to begin in the next hour or two.

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