A Line of Storms with Strong Winds SE Virginia in NE North Carolina

Very warm and humid weather will sneak into southeast Virginia and northeast North Carolina this afternoon providing the fuel for a squall line to develop with strong wind gusts. The storms may produce wind gusts 40-60 mph when they move through.   As you can seen, the low level jet at 5000 feet has very […]

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Snow, Heavy Times Across the Northeast, Severe Storms Hit the Southeast

The map above shows you where the snow will occur with the storm. The Northeast will take the brunt of the snow with over 6 inches from New York into Maine. If you at the pattern the next couple of weeks, that area may get hit several more times by major snow events. Severe storms […]

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“Record Highs in January Always Means Problems!” Severe Storms to Move from Texas to New Jersey!

A major outbreak of severe weather will occur Friday into Sunday morning. Across the South we may see a tornado outbreak with numerous supercell thunderstorms capable of produce large, damaging tornadoes. The best chance for tornadoes will be from eastern Texas into Louisana and Arkansas Friday. After that, the storms will most likely form into […]

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Severe Weather Threat Florida May Include Tornadoes

SPC has finally upgraded southern Florida to a slight risk of severe weather and probably will go with an enhance upgrade later on today. Severe Weather Maps I remain concern that the storms across southern Florida will not only produce damaging winds but may produce a few tornadoes. The NAM shows the the Supercell Composite […]

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