Tag Archives: severe weather

Severe Weather Outlook (May 19 & 20)

*Blog written at 4am CT May 19, 2013* Sunday, May 19, has the potential to be a severe weather outbreak in the Plains and Midwest.  Water vapor imagery currently shows a negatively tilted trough, with the trough axis running from southeast … Continue reading

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Severe Storms Likely May 18 – 20, 2013

*Blog written Wednesday, May 15, 2013* Because May 18 is still 3 days away, a lot of data and information can change between now and then. As of this writing, the NAM model is just now starting to pick up on … Continue reading

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Severe Weather Outlook (May 12 – May 18, 2013)

*Blog written May 12, 2013* Thus far in 2013, it has been a pretty inactive severe storm season.  Blocking patterns over the Pacific and western CONUS are the primary reasons why it has been relatively quiet.  It also didn’t help … Continue reading

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Spring Finally on the Horizon

It’s late March. Typically, one would think of pulling out their spring clothes by this time. However, a late winter storm has swept across the Plains and is currently sweeping through the Midwest and Ohio Valley. Over a foot of … Continue reading

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