Rockies to Midwest Snowstorms, Severe Weather May Include Tornadoes!

I will be posting after lunch another blog due to the severity of the weather this week. Concerns: Denver gets 4-8 inches of snow. Up to a foot of snow comes into the Midwest. Even Chicago gets some snow. Tropical system comes up from the Yucatan enhances the rainfall in the Tennessee Valley. Severe weather […]

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Severe Weather Possible for the South into Ohio Valley

A vigorous trough coming into the East and the associated cold front will trigger the potential for an outbreak of severe weather. As you can see below, the trough will move into the threat area Monday and will almost go negative tilt. Diffluent aloft will lead to considerable upward motion along and ahead of the […]

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Three Days of Damaging Storms, Friday Carolina’s Could A Tornado Threat!

Another storm will cross the South Wednesday to Friday, producing more severe weather. Friday I am thinking could be a tornado day in the Carolina’s as the trough closes off and the 850 mb jet strengthens. Wednesday, the start of the outbreak could see a tornado threat across parts of central Texas but I think […]

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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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Severe Weather for TWO Days Including Tornadoes!

While today will be a major severe weather day across the South and I think the depiction above from the SPC boys is accurate I do have more concerns for Sunday’s severe weather outbreak. First, let me finish with today. I does concern me that the helicity tracks for the event today are not all […]

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Bad Day Across the South as Tornadoes Strike!!!!

SPC has issued a moderate risk for parts of the South. The storm that is going to cause the all the problems across the South is now coming into the Plains and will streak northeast into the Great Lakes tonight. The combination of a high shear, high dew points ans strong winds aloft will create […]

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