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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Round Two OH, PA, WV to Western NC. Wind Damage and few Tornadoes!

The SPC boys have made changes to the outlook for today by bringing the enhanced area of severe weather back into PA, WV and OH as I talked about yesterday. The mesoscale models continue to point to that area for severe weather that includes wind damage, hail and a few tornadoes. The Southern extent of […]

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Active Severe Weather Weekend that Includes Tornadoes!

The current storm ended up not being much of a severe weather maker and that does happen sometimes. This weekend looks very active with a major storm coming out of the Southern Plains and heading into the Great Lakes. Severe storms should begin in Texas early Saturday and move east into Louisiana and Mississippi. It […]

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Severe Weather Starts Today, Becomes Squall Line that Heads East.

Above is my map for the outbreak of severe weather that will start today and go through Friday as a squall line moving into the Appalachians. The threat of tornadoes will occur today in the Plains as the storm begins to develop and thunderstorms get going. It’s not out of the question that blizzard warnings […]

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