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1. Friday will be a great day! Fair skies and highs from 70-75 after morning lows in the upper 40′s. 2. Saturday a low pressure system will develop along the gulf coast advecting clouds and moisture northward into the region. … Continue reading
1. Monday a front will move into the region. With this will bring a likelihood of showers and storms in the afternoon and night. instability will be sufficient for a few strong to severe storms with hail and gusty winds. … Continue reading
Sorry for the break in coverage on the blog. However I will be forecasting for you till the close of the semester. 1. Today we have a Stationary front parked over the Ohio river and a cold front with low pressure over the … Continue reading
Unseasonably warm conditions continue to be the story across much of the eastern half of the US, as seen in the surface temperature map provided by TwisterData.com for Thursday at 18z (1PM). A large upper level ridge is parked over … Continue reading
A band of heavy rain will move through this afternoon and evening bringing rainfall totals from 2-3 inches. small streams and creeks will likely rise quick later today.
Would not be surprised to see totals near an inch. The secondary low for Saturday appears to be Sunday timing instead with warmer conditions so no threat of frz rain. enjoy the rest of spring break!
2. Tuesday skies will be sunny with some southerly flow. I expect a quick warm-up with highs in the mid 60’s. 3. Another sunny day Wednesday with southerly flow lows will range from the mid to upper 40′s. Highs will … Continue reading
Here are some youtube videos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWEeE8kgqoM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBZXKoOW7yk CNN news article http://www.cnn.com/2012/03/03/us/severe-weather/index.html?hpt=hp_t2 Here is a radar image from the Washington post and Stu Ostro of the weather Chanel. This is an image of a supercell storm at peak intensity, you can see … Continue reading
I’m signaling the all clear. I’ll post if anything on damage in the region later tonight or Saturday.
A tornado warning is in effect till 4:30.