An impressive environment exists east of a cold front and along/south of a warm front in the Southeast U.S. 

Short-term, the enhanced tornado threat we talked about this morning will likely be maximized with any cells that maintain or interact with the warm front/cold front boundary intersection and/or the warm front. As the night wears on, shear should continue to remain very strong. Any storms that can develop a dominant supercell mode into the evening will pose a strong tornado threat.

Given the pinched-off nature of the warm sector, it is likely that the threat for any one place may be short-lived but significant. It’s a good night to get your weather radios programmed in from SE Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle.