Tropics to Drench East with Tropical Downpours Next Two Weeks

While the tropics will not be active with any storms, the tropics will have a major impact on the eastern part of the country over the next two weeks. A direct flow of tropical moisture will stream into the East this week, take a break next weekend then start all over again next week. The […]

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Heavy Rains and Possible Flooding Eastern Carolina’s

As the coastal storm (Zipper Low) develops today, heavy rains will hit the eastern Carolina’s. So far this morning, heavy rains have been impacting eastern South Carolina with up to 3 inches of rain. Flash Flood Watches have been issued for parts of South Carolina and North Carolina already. As the system develops, bands of […]

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Could be Worse Today as Tornadoes and High Winds Hit Populated Areas

Yesterday was a nasty day across Iowa with over 30 tornadoes, some big causing considerable damage. Today could be worse as the tornado threat is heading in higher populated areas of the southern Ohio Valley and Tennessee Valley.   A vigorous jet stream will punch southeast into the area this afternoon and evening causing intense […]

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Soaking Southern Storms

Thunderstorms will be scattered across the South again today into tonight. With the airmass so hot and humid, the storms will produce locally heavy rains and may also produce some flash flooding. While the excessive rainfall forecast shows marginal, some fo the models are showing up to 3 inches of rain locally which can produce […]

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Tropic Storm Chris to Form, Atlantic Canada May Get Impacted, Track Not Easy

We should see Chris develop off the Southeast coast this weekend. Based off the latest Recon reports, we are getting close to a tropical storm. Now most of the modeling has the system stalling off the Southeast coast through the weekend then heading out to sea very quickly, impacting Atlantic Canada by Thursday. If that […]

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Chris May Develop, but Blocking Stalls the “Out to Sea” Movement

The system off the Southeast coast will most likely develop into a tropical depression and perhaps even become Chris over the weekend. The system is in a good place for development but also in a location where escaping to the northeast and out to sea could be problematic. Initially, the system will move toward the […]

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Tropical Low to Produce Heavy Rains from New Orleans, Houston to San Antonio

A tropical low moving along the Gulf Coast has been producing locally heavy rains and that will continue over the next 48 hours as the system moves from Louisiana into central Texas. Places like New Orleans, Houston, Galveston, and San Antonio may see heavy rains that can result in flash flooding. Some areas could see […]

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