Midwest Snowstorm, Severe Storms, High Winds and Flash Flooding all in One Storm!

Highlights through Friday: Midwest and Great Lakes will see snow of 1-8 inches depending on location. Dam-Breaking High Wind event highs Thursday night and early Friday morning in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Wind gusts 40-70 mph as squall line moves through. Heavy rains from the Tennessee Valley into the Northeast will cause flooding issues on […]

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Dam-Breaking High Wind Event with Possible Weak Tornadoes NYC to Richmond!

A strong cold will blast over the Appalachians Thursday night and into the Mid-Atlantic early Friday producing wind gusts 40-70 mph and perhaps even a few weak tornadoes. This is what I term a “Dam-Breaking High Wind Event” where cold air builds up west of he Appalachians and eventually breaks over the east slopes of […]

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High Winds, Gusts 40-60 mph, Flooding Rains in New England

The latest Nested NAM wind gusts continue to show high winds hitting New England and most of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Wednesday night through Thursday. Wind gusts will be 40-60 mph depending on location and that will result in power outages and tree damage. Click on the image right to see bigger image.      […]

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Big Hail, Big Winds from Big Storms

Big thunderstorms will develop over the High Plains this afternoon and evening and probably form into a nocturnal cluster of thunderstorms tonight. The storms will develop by 4:00 pm MDT this afternoon probably near of close to the I-25 corridor. The storms will be mainly hail producers but will also produce high winds and perhaps […]

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