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  • Location: Rossland BC Canada
  • Location: Rossland BC Canada

    June 3/08 0800z

    Well, I thought it might be time to start up a sort of virtual storm chase thread in the usual place, but perhaps many will just want to stay lying down for a few more days, so I'll call it a(n) USA severe weather for June thread.

    TODAY is looking very conducive to severe storms in Iowa, Illinois-Indiana-western Ohio, northern Missouri, eastern Nebraska. Yesterday, a mass of extremely hot and dry air moved out of NM into TX, KS and OK, and thunderstorms were only noted late in the day along the developing warm fronts in KS, but these were largely non-severe.

    With highs yesterday of 41-43 C across a large part of NM, TX, w OK and sw KS, look for a repeat today, but an extension of the heat in modified form (34-37 C) into eastern KS, southern MO and IL. Frontal waves ahead of a dry heat low in n KS and s NE will be the focus for action today.

    A very strong J-field energy peak at 1300-1500z guarantees the overnight action will not fall off much this morning before ramping up quickly to a mid-day severe outbreak that will then persist for many hours due to another energy peak at 19z and the extremely good dynamics of the frontal zone despite it being a warm front rather than a cold front.

    Expect some tornadoes and a lot of hail, local 4-6 inch rainmakers, and the odd strange little ripple trying to move back westward because a lot of the energy is coming in from east to west against the upper level winds and this should produce what we call "back-door" cold front dynamics in Illinois and Indiana later on, assisted by the Lake Michigan regional lake breeze undercutting from near Chicago.

    Meanwhile, it could easily be 102 F or 39 C in OKC and 100 F or 38 C in DFW today, and further west, you just don't even want to think about how hot it will be in Lubbock, Childress or San Angelo. But one or two rogue storms could develop because the thickness ridge that was over NM is now over TX where it can start to create a bit of a dry-line, although when 110 F air runs into 107 F air, not much is going to go up that isn't already way up to start with. The 594 dm thickness line was on the map at 00z and covered a large part of e NM and w TX. The local max thickness was 597 dm.

    Ouch. Don't touch that car handle without a glove.

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  • Location: Greenhithe, N/W Kent (home) City Of London (work)
  • Location: Greenhithe, N/W Kent (home) City Of London (work)

    Roger when do you consider the season over please

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  • Location: Western Isle of Wight
  • Weather Preferences: Snow, Storm, anything loud and dramatic.
  • Location: Western Isle of Wight

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/7433079.stm :(

    I suppose you could say it was a Rapid cash withdrawal by a tornado :(

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  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.
  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.

    Missouri,Illinois and Indiana and Ohio in the moderate risk area, with the first three

    under a 15% tornado risk. Ben Holcomb of severestudios has commented that Illinois

    has great chase territory and excellent road network, he's chasing through Indiana today

    and will be live streaming so he'll be hoping Indiana has ideal chasing qualities.

    Tornado risk.

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  • Location: Greenhithe, N/W Kent (home) City Of London (work)
  • Location: Greenhithe, N/W Kent (home) City Of London (work)

    Seems to be livey quite far east, noticed that there is more threats than normal out here.............or is it me,

    SEVERE WEATHER STATEMENT

    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WAKEFIELD VA

    311 AM EDT WED JUN 4 2008

    VAC033-065-075-085-109-040745-

    /O.CON.KAKQ.SV.W.0091.000000T0000Z-080604T0745Z/

    GOOCHLAND VA-FLUVANNA VA-HANOVER VA-LOUISA VA-CAROLINE VA-

    311 AM EDT WED JUN 4 2008

    ...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 345 AM EDT

    FOR SOUTHWESTERN CAROLINE...SOUTHERN LOUISA...NORTHWESTERN HANOVER...

    NORTHEASTERN FLUVANNA AND NORTH CENTRAL GOOCHLAND COUNTIES...

    AT 307 AM EDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR CONTINUED TO

    INDICATE A LINE OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS CAPABLE OF PRODUCING DAMAGING

    WINDS IN EXCESS OF 60 MPH. THESE STORMS WERE LOCATED ALONG A LINE

    EXTENDING FROM BUMPASS TO YANCEYVILLE...OR ALONG A LINE EXTENDING

    FROM 11 MILES EAST OF MINERAL TO 6 MILES NORTH OF HADENSVILLE...

    MOVING SOUTHEAST AT 39 MPH.

    SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE NEAR...

    CEDAR FORK...ORCHID...LOCUST CREEK AND BEAVERDAM BY 320 AM EDT...

    NOEL...MABELTON...HEWLETT AND GUM SPRING BY 325 AM EDT...

    OLIVER AND MONTPELIER BY 330 AM EDT...

    A TORNADO WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1000 AM EDT WEDNESDAY MORNING

    FOR PORTOINS OF CENTRAL VIRGINIA

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  • Location: Caterham-on-the-hill, Surrey, 190m asl (home), Heathrow (work)
  • Location: Caterham-on-the-hill, Surrey, 190m asl (home), Heathrow (work)

    Moderate risk tomorrow over parts of KS, NE, IA, SD and MN. Given the 45% probabilistic - there's a good chance that we could see this upgraded to a HIGH risk. SPC mention the chance of long-track tornadoes too ...

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    DAY 2 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK

    NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK

    1237 AM CDT WED JUN 04 2008

    VALID 051200Z - 061200Z

    ...THERE IS A MDT RISK OF SVR TSTMS OVER PORTIONS OF SRN MN/SERN

    SD/NRN AND WRN IA/ERN NEB/CNTRL AND ERN KS...

    ...THERE IS A SLGT RISK OF SVR TSTMS FROM PARTS OF THE UPPER GREAT

    LAKES SWWD INTO THE CNTRL AND SRN PLAINS...

    ...SYNOPSIS...

    AN AMPLIFIED LARGE-SCALE PATTERN WILL EXIST OVER THE CONUS DURING

    THE DAY TWO PERIOD WITH THE PRIMARY FEATURE OF INTEREST BEING

    DYNAMIC...UPPER TROUGH CENTERED OVER THE ROCKIES THAT WILL SHIFT EWD

    INTO THE GREAT PLAINS. AN EMBEDDED 70-80 KT MIDLEVEL JET STREAK

    INITIALLY OVER THE SRN ROCKIES WILL LIFT NEWD THROUGH THE SRN HIGH

    PLAINS INTO MID MO VALLEY...CONTRIBUTING TO AN INCREASING

    NEGATIVE-TILT TO UPPER SYSTEM THURSDAY NIGHT.

    IN THE LOW LEVELS...SURFACE CYCLONE INITIALLY OVER NWRN KS/SWRN NEB

    WILL DEVELOP NNEWD INTO N-CNTRL/NERN NEB BY EARLY EVENING AND INTO

    THE RED RIVER VALLEY OF THE N BY FRIDAY MORNING. ASSOCIATED WARM

    FRONT WILL CONCURRENTLY LIFT NWD THROUGH THE DAY...LIKELY EXTENDING

    FROM THE SURFACE LOW ENEWD THROUGH SERN SD/SRN MN/CNTRL WI/CNTRL OR

    NRN MI BY 06/00Z. A DRYLINE WILL STRETCH FROM THE LOW SWD THROUGH

    CNTRL NEB/KS INTO WRN OK/NWRN TX AT THIS TIME.

    --SEVERE WEATHER OUTBREAK EXPECTED THURSDAY INTO THURSDAY NIGHT OVER

    PORTIONS OF KS/NEB/SD/MN/IA...INCLUDING THE POTENTIAL FOR

    STRONG...LONG-TRACKED TORNADOES--

    ...GREAT LAKES SWWD INTO SRN PLAINS...

    A VERY BROAD AND STRONG...SLY LLJ WILL MAINTAIN A MOIST BOUNDARY

    LAYER ACROSS SYSTEM WARM SECTOR WITH DEWPOINTS LARGELY IN THE

    60S...THOUGH SOME LOWER 70S ARE POSSIBLE INVOF WARM FRONT WHERE

    SHALLOWER CBL MIXING IS ANTICIPATED. A PRONOUNCED EML WILL RESIDE

    ABOVE THIS MOISTURE WITH AIR MASS BECOMING MODERATELY UNSTABLE BUT

    STRONGLY CAPPED FROM WARM FRONT SWD ALONG DRYLINE. THE STRONGEST

    INSTABILITY /MLCAPES OF 2000-2500 J PER KG/ IS EXPECTED ALONG WARM

    FRONT SWD ALONG CNTRL PLAINS PORTION OF DRYLINE WHERE STEEPER

    MIDLEVEL LAPSE RATES WILL EXIST. CONVECTIVE INSTABILITY MAY TEND TO

    DECREASE SLIGHTLY FROM SRN KS SWD OWING VERY WARM MIDLEVEL

    TEMPERATURE PROFILES.

    A BAND OF TSTMS /MAINLY ELEVATED/ IS EXPECTED TO BE ONGOING THURSDAY

    MORNING TO THE N OF SURFACE WARM FRONT FROM PORTIONS OF NEB/SD EWD

    INTO THE UPPER MIDWEST...DRIVEN LARGELY BY WAA/ISENTROPIC ASCENT

    ALONG NOSE OF LLJ AXIS. ELEVATED STORMS WILL LIKELY CONTINUE

    THROUGH THE PERIOD WITHIN THIS SAME FORCING REGIME...WITH ACTIVITY

    MOVING/DEVELOPING NEWD INTO PORTIONS OF THE UPPER MS VALLEY AND

    UPPER GREAT LAKES. THE MOST INTENSE STORMS WILL BE CAPABLE OF

    MAINLY LARGE HAIL GIVEN STEEP MIDLEVEL LAPSE RATES AND RELATIVELY

    STRONG SHEAR THROUGH THE CLOUD-BEARING LAYER.

    MORE SIGNIFICANT...SURFACE-BASED TSTM DEVELOPMENT IS ANTICIPATED BY

    MID/LATE AFTERNOON FROM VICINITY OF WARM FRONT SWD ALONG DRYLINE AS

    LEADING EDGE OF STRONGER HEIGHT FALLS ATTENDANT TO UPPER SYSTEM

    BEGIN TO OVERSPREAD SYSTEM WARM SECTOR...EFFECTIVELY ERODING THE

    CAP. VERTICAL SHEAR /BOTH LOW-LEVEL AND THROUGH A DEEP-LAYER/ WILL

    BE QUITE STRONG FROM MDT RISK PORTION OF WARM FRONT SWD ALONG

    DRYLINE WITH A HIGH LIKELIHOOD OF SUPERCELLS CAPABLE OF

    TORNADOES...VERY LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS. A FEW OF THE

    TORNADOES COULD BE STRONG AND POTENTIALLY LONG-TRACKED OWING TO THE

    STRONG LOW-LEVEL SHEAR AND 40-50+ STORM MOTIONS.

    STORMS ARE EXPECTED TO BECOME MORE ISOLATED WITH SWD EXTENT ALONG

    DRYLINE FROM KS INTO OK AND POSSIBLY N TX GIVEN THE VERY STRONG CAP

    FORECAST. ELSEWHERE...SCATTERED STRONG/SEVERE STORMS WILL BE

    POSSIBLE ALONG ERN EXTENSION OF RETREATING WARM FRONT ACROSS

    WI/LOWER MI WHERE ENVIRONMENT WILL BE SUPPORTIVE OF SUPERCELLS

    CAPABLE OF HAIL...DAMAGING WINDS AND PERHAPS A FEW TORNADOES.

    DIURNAL STORM ACTIVITY IS EXPECTED TO GROW UPSCALE INTO A

    QUASI-LINEAR MCS THURSDAY NIGHT WITH THE THREAT OF DAMAGING

    WINDS...LARGE HAIL AND A FEW TORNADOES CONTINUING AHEAD OF COLD

    FRONT SURGING EWD ACROSS THE PLAINS.

    Forecast Skew-t for Topeka, Kansas for 00z Fri (18z Thurs CDT) certainly has severe hall marks looking at the 4000+ j/kg CAPE, strong upper winds, backed winds towards surface, and favourable hodographs for tornadic supercells:

    http://beta.wxcaster.com/cgi-bin/parse_ske...STATIONID=_KTOP

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  • Location: Western Isles
  • Location: Western Isles

    http://www.weathermatrix.net/stormmatrix/tornado/

    There have been 16 Tornado Reports Today* | Yesterday | Storms | Hail | Wind

    Time (Z) Strength Location County State Lat Lon Comments
    0230 UNK 2 E MICHAEL GREENE IL 39.24 -90.58 BELOW
    SPOTTED BY DEPUTY (LSX)
    0222 UNK 10 SW RUSHVILLE RUSH IN 39.51 -85.58 BELOW
    SEVERAL HOMES HEAVILY DAMAGED OR DESTROYED AROUND THE TOWN OF MOSCOW. POLICE REPORT UNKNOWN NUMBER OF INJURIES AND NUMEROUS PEOPLE MISSING. (IND)
    0153 UNK ALBANY ATHENS OH 39.22 -82.2 BELOW
    PUBLIC REPORT OF A POSSIBLE TORNADO ALONG BAKER ROAD NEAR ALBANY. REPORT IS UNCOMFIRMED AT THIS TIME. (RLX)
    0148 UNK WHITESIDE LINCOLN MO 39.18 -91.02 BELOW
    TORNADO SPOTTED BY SHERIFF IN WHITESIDE (LSX)
    0147 UNK EDINBURGH JOHNSON IN 39.35 -85.97 BELOW
    TORNADO REPORTED ON THE GROUND IN EDINBURGH WITH DEBRIS IN THE AIR AND TRANSFORMERS BLOWING. (IND)
    0147 UNK ALBANY ATHENS OH 39.22 -82.2 BELOW
    PUBLIC REPORT OF A POSSIBLE TORNADO ALONG BAKER ROAD NEAR ALBANY. REPORT IS UNCOMFIRMED AT THIS TIME. (RLX)
    0129 UNK PRINCES LAKES JOHNSON IN 39.35 -86.11 BELOW
    TORNADO ON GROUND NEAR MAUXBERRY ROAD AND CR 300S (IND)
    0115 UNK ELDRED GREENE IL 39.29 -90.55 BELOW
    PUBLIC REPORTS TORNADO ON GROUND. (LSX)
    0109 UNK ST. PAUL DECATUR IN 39.43 -85.63 BELOW
    SPOTTER REPORTS SEEING TORNADO LIFTING UP AND DOWN BETWEEN THE TOWNS OF WALDRON AND ST. PAUL. DAMAGE HAS BEEN SEEN TO TELEPHONE POLES AND WIRES DOWN. (IND)
    0101 UNK FARMERSVILLE MONTGOMERY IL 39.44 -89.65 BELOW
    POSSIBLE TORNADO NEAR FARMERSVILLE (LSX)
    0059 UNK PLEASANT HILL PIKE IL 39.44 -90.87 BELOW
    THROUGH SHERIFF OFFICE...TORNADO ON GROUND NEAR PLEASANT HILL (LSX)
    0054 UNK COTTAGE GROVE UNION IN 39.6 -84.86 BELOW
    REPORT OF A TOUCHDOWN NEAR ROUTE 27. STORM WAS MOVING TOWARDS COLLEGE CORNER AND OXFORD. (ILN)
    0046 UNK 2 N MANCHESTER SCOTT IL 39.57 -90.33 BELOW
    TORNADO OCCASIONALLY TOUCHING DOWN (ILX)
    0030 UNK 4 W WINCHESTER SCOTT IL 39.63 -90.53 BELOW
    SPOTTER REPORTED A TORNADO ON THE GROUND (ILX)
    0030 UNK 4 S WINCHESTER SCOTT IL 39.57 -90.46 BELOW
    SPOTTER REPORTED A TORNADO ON THE GROUND (ILX)
    1305 UNK 2 E VERNON MARION IL 38.8 -89.05 BELOW
    PUBLIC REPORTED SEEING TORNADO THAT TOOK ROOF OFF BARN AND SHINGLES OFF HOUSE (LSX)

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    Posted
  • Location: Leigh On Sea - Essex & Tornado Alley
  • Location: Leigh On Sea - Essex & Tornado Alley

    Today has been Upgraded to a Moderate Risk and Tomorrow looks damn right Scary for a Big Tornado Outbreak, could be some quite Noteable Tornadoes tomorrow and I expect like Nick an Upgrade to HIGH On tomorrow mornings outlook!

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    DAY 1 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK

    NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK

    0759 AM CDT WED JUN 04 2008

    VALID 041300Z - 051200Z

    ...THERE IS A MDT RISK OF SVR TSTMS OVER PARTS OF THE CNTRL PLNS/LWR

    MO VLY...

    ...THERE IS A MDT RISK OF SVR TSTMS OVER PARTS OF THE MID ATLANTIC

    STATES...

    ...THERE IS A SLGT RISK OF SVR TSTMS FROM THE CNTRL HI PLNS TO THE

    MID ATLANTIC CST...

    ...SYNOPSIS...

    THE ACTIVE SEVERE WEATHER PATTERN OF RECENT DAYS WILL CONTINUE THIS

    PERIOD AS WA/ORE UPR LOW AMPLIFIES SE ACROSS THE GREAT BASIN AND

    DOWNSTREAM RIDGE BUILDS FROM THE NRN GULF ACROSS THE SERN STATES.

    EXISTING BELT OF FAST WSW FLOW FROM THE CNTRL/SRN PLNS TO THE OH VLY

    WILL REMAIN STRONG BUT BACK WITH TIME...WHILE EQUALLY STRONG WLY

    WINDS PERSIST OVER THE EAST.

    AT THE SFC...FRONT NOW EXTENDING WWD FROM THE MID ATLANTIC CST TO

    THE CNTRL PLNS SHOULD REMAIN NEARLY STATIONARY MOST OF TODAY. LATER

    TODAY AND TONIGHT...EXPECT WRN PART OF THE FRONT TO BEGIN MOVING N

    ACROSS KS/MO AND IL AS LOW- TO MID-LVL FLOW BACKS...AND LEE LOW

    DEEPENS IN ERN CO/WRN KS.

    ...NRN OK/KS INTO MO/NEB/IA...

    VERY MOIST AIR WITH SFC DEWPOINTS IN THE UPR 60S WILL PERSIST ALONG

    AND S OF THE STNRY/WARM FRONT OVER THE PLNS/LWR MO VLY...AND E OF

    THE DRY LINE EXTENDING SSW FROM WRN KS SFC LOW. COMBINED WITH STEEP

    MID-LVL LAPSE RATES...DIURNAL DESTABILIZATION WILL BOOST SBCAPE TO

    2500-3000 J/KG FROM NRN OK NE INTO MUCH OF CNTRL/ERN KS ...SE

    NEB...NW MO AND SW IA. NEVERTHELESS...EML CAP SHOULD KEEP REGION

    FREE OF DEEP CONVECTIVE DEVELOPMENT UNTIL LATE AFTN.

    SCTD AREAS OF ELEVATED TSTMS MAY OCCUR THROUGH THE DAY IN NEB...N OF

    STALLED FRONT. BUT COMBINATION OF STRONG HEATING AND FRONTAL UPLIFT

    SHOULD SUPPORT SFC-BASED STORM DEVELOPMENT BY LATE IN THE DAY ALONG

    FRONT IN NRN KS/NRN MO/SRN IA AND SRN NEB. FARTHER SW...MORE ISOLD

    ACTIVITY MAY FORM IN NW OK/S CNTRL KS...NEAR INTERSECTION OF DRY

    LINE WITH SHALLOW FRONTAL SEGMENT LEFT OVER REGION FROM YESTERDAY.

    GIVEN DEGREE OF INSTABILITY AND CONTINUING PRESENCE OF SEASONABLY

    STRONG SWLY MID-LVL FLOW ATOP STRONG SSWLY LLJ...SUPERCELLS WILL BE

    LIKELY. THESE COULD YIELD VERY LARGE HAIL...HIGH WIND AND

    TORNADOES. THE GREATEST TORNADO THREAT MAY DEVELOP THIS EVENING

    INVOF THE KS SFC LOW...ENEWD ALONG THE WARM FRONT INTO CNTRL/NRN KS

    AND TO TRI-STATE REGION OF NW MO/SW IA/SE NEB AS LLJ STRENGTHENS

    TOWARD SUNSET.

    STORMS SHOULD INCREASE IN COVERAGE AND SPREAD NEWD THROUGH THE MID

    MO VLY TONIGHT ALONG NOSE OF STRENGTHENING/BACKING 60-65 KT SSWLY

    LLJ. MANY OF THESE STORMS WILL LIKELY BE SLIGHTLY ELEVATED...BUT

    WILL CONTINUE TO POSE A THREAT FOR LARGE HAIL AND POSSIBLY LOCALLY

    DMGG WIND/ISOLD TORNADOES.

    ...CNTRL HI PLNS...

    DIURNAL STORMS ARE POSSIBLE IN UPSLOPE FLOW REGIME NW OF WRN KS/ERN

    CO SFC LOW IN NE CO/SW NEB AND PERHAPS NW KS/SE WY. MODERATELY

    STRONG INSTABILITY/VERTICAL SHEAR AND LACK OF LINEAR FORCING WILL

    FOSTER SUPERCELLULAR STORMS CAPABLE OF LARGE HAIL...DMGG WIND AND

    POSSIBLE TORNADOES. THIS ACTIVITY MAY CONSOLIDATE INTO AN MCS THAT

    CONTINUES E OR ENE INTO NW KS AND CNTRL NEB OVERNIGHT.

    ...MID MS VLY/MIDWEST...

    LIKELY CONVECTIVE EVOLUTION FROM ERN MO INTO IA/IL/IND IS SOMEWHAT

    NEBULOUS ATTM. CLOUD AND SHALLOW OUTFLOW FROM OVERNIGHT MCSS WILL

    DELAY DIURNAL DESTABILIZATION AND NWD MOTION OF SYNOPTIC FRONT.

    NEVERTHELESS...CLEARING/DESTABILIZATION WILL PROCEED FROM W TO E

    ACROSS THE REGION LATER THIS MORNING. IN ADDITION...SATELLITE AND

    RADAR DATA ALSO SHOW AN MCV MOVING E ACROSS NE MO ATTM THAT COULD

    ENHANCE UVV DOWNSTREAM OVER IL/IND DESPITE RISING HEIGHTS ASSOCIATED

    WITH BUILDING UPR RIDGE. THUS...EXPECT REGION WILL SEE SEVERAL

    AREAS OF CONCENTRATED STORM DEVELOPMENT THIS AFTN...BOTH INVOF MCV

    AND ALONG RESIDUAL FRONT/OUTFLOW BOUNDARY SEGMENTS.

    50 KT WLY MID-LVL FLOW WILL YIELD SUFFICIENT BULK SHEAR FOR

    ORGANIZED STORMS/SUPERCELLS...ESPECIALLY ALONG AND S OF WARM/STNRY

    FRONT. ENHANCED LOW LEVEL SHEAR NEAR THE BOUNDARIES COULD AID THE

    POTENTIAL FOR ISOLD TORNADOES GIVEN RICH MOISTURE AVAILABILITY.

    TONIGHT...MODERATE ELEVATED INSTABILITY SHOULD DEVELOP NWD INTO ERN

    IA/SRN WI TO SRN LOWER MI ALONG/N OF WARM FRONT. STRENGTHENING WAA

    ALONG SWLY LLJ SHOULD SUPPORT ELEVATED TSTMS OVERNIGHT ACROSS THE

    REGION...AND/OR MAINTAIN THE POTENTIAL FOR AN MCS TO MOVE EWD FROM

    IA INTO THE SRN GRT LAKES. GIVEN STRENGTH OF INSTABILITY AND MODEST

    DEEP SHEAR...HAIL AND STRONG WIND GUSTS WILL BE POSSIBLE WITH THESE

    STORMS.

    ...MID ATLANTIC REGION...

    BOUNDARY LAYER MOISTURE IS WELL-ESTABLISHED OVER THE MID ATLANTIC

    REGION...S OF STNRY FRONT EXTENDING EWD FROM CNTRL PA TO NEAR NYC.

    FARTHER S...A WEAK OUTFLOW BOUNDARY FROM OVERNIGHT STORMS ATTM

    EXTENDS FROM N OF CRW ESE TO N OF RIC. SATELLITE DATA SUGGEST THAT

    MODERATE TO LOCALLY STRONG HEATING WILL OCCUR OVER WV/VA/MD AND DE.

    GIVEN MOISTURE AVAILABILITY AND FAIRLY STEEP MID-LVL LAPSE

    RATES...THIS SHOULD YIELD SBCAPE TO AOA 2000 J/KG...WITH SLIGHTLY

    GREATER VALUES POSSIBLE NEAR THE I-95 CORRIDOR.

    UPSTREAM...MCV NOW OVER SRN IND EXPECTED TO CONTINUE E AT ABOUT 40

    KTS...REACHING NRN WV AROUND 18Z. COMBINATION OF MCV-INDUCED

    ASCENT...AND UPLIFT ALONG FRONT...OUTFLOW BOUNDARY AND THE HIGHER

    TERRAIN...SHOULD RESULT IN FAIRLY WIDESPREAD STORM COVERAGE AS

    HEATING DESTABILIZES REGION LATER TODAY.

    WIND PROFILES WILL FEATURE 40+ KT DEEP...UNIDIRECTIONAL WLY

    FLOW...WITH MINIMAL CLOUD-LAYER SHEAR. THIS SUGGESTS THAT WHILE

    SEMI-DISCRETE STORMS/POSSIBLE SUPERCELLS MAY OCCUR...ESPECIALLY

    ALONG THE AFOREMENTIONED BOUNDARIES...THE MAIN OVERALL

    ORGANIZATIONAL MODE OF THE CONVECTION SHOULD BE FORWARD-PROPAGATING

    LINES. EMBEDDED STORMS COULD YIELD DMGG WIND...SVR HAIL AND PERHAPS

    A COUPLE TORNADOES THROUGH EARLY EVENING...BEFORE MOST OF THE

    ACTIVITY MOVES OFFSHORE/WEAKENS.

    IN THE WAKE OF THE ABOVE CONVECTION...ADDITIONAL WAVES OF WEAKER

    STORMS MAY PERSIST OVER NRN PARTS OF THE MID ATLANTIC STATES THROUGH

    EARLY THURSDAY.

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  • Location: Rossland BC Canada
  • Location: Rossland BC Canada

    Hello all, well I agree in spades with the above,

    TODAY looks rather sedate compared to the days to come, but some fairly strong storms will probably develop in northeast Colorado, northwest KS and possibly further east along the KS-NE border. Also some clusters possible in s MO and later heading north towards s MI, nw OH.

    Tomorrow and Friday looking very severe as outlined in the previous posts.

    Dallas, I consider the season over in stages but it never totally shuts down .... if you wanted to chase in October you could probably find something at least once a week.

    The main thing that happens is a northward shift of the main activity zone. Tornado alley in mid-July is probably from Alberta to central Ontario, but including a large chunk of e MT, ND, MN, WI and MI. This is where it stays in August, then it starts sagging back towards the spring tornado alley in September. The frequency is always slowly decreasing through these months, but not fast enough to spare people in the way from a significant risk. For example, an F4 tornado showed up on 7 Aug 1979 near Woodstock ON which is about 100 km WSW of Toronto.

    The severe weather risk by late November and through the winter months is confined to a few well-developed low pressure areas that bring tornadic storms to the Gulf coast region mainly, although these can reach north about as far as Little Rock to Memphis. So Florida gets about as many severe storms as any state in mid-winter, but the season is just about at its low tide in late January. From then on, it rapidly develops through February.

    But as to the frequency in June, this is still a very active month and probably NE, SD and IA would be about the heart of the risk zone in general. The action doesn't usually start in western Canada until after mid-June, it takes quite some time to heat up the ground and get the jet stream far enough north, but once the mean daily max reaches 27 or 28 C in southern SK then this becomes the more likely staging area. The humid Gulf air mass quite often makes it as far north as eastern SK and southern MB, and you get the same dry-line and cold front dynamics in the western provinces as you see in the great plains region now.

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  • Location: Greenhithe, N/W Kent (home) City Of London (work)
  • Location: Greenhithe, N/W Kent (home) City Of London (work)

    Chers Roger, I remember some sort of Tornado related incident in Hamilton Canada not so long ago. I think that was later on in the season too. Interesting to note you can get the same sort of verocity further North

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  • Location: Rossland BC Canada
  • Location: Rossland BC Canada

    The worst storm of the day was apparently at Yuma CO where ponds are overflowing and there is also wind and hail damage. But there is a nasty looking cell west of McCook NE at present.

    The guidance for tomorrow (Thursday that is) late coming out, so I may edit this or post again.

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  • Location: Rossland BC Canada
  • Location: Rossland BC Canada

    June 5/08 _ 0630z

    Well, this appears to be the perfect storm situation developing across the central United States today.

    There could be dozens of tornadoes today from ND and s MN in the north, across eastern SD, western IA, eastern NE, western MO, eastern and central KS, central and western OK, and parts of TX ... the front is elongated and well supported from north to south by all the elements that meteorologists look for, strong winds, sharp wind shear, juicy hot and humid air streaming north, cold and dry air wrapping into the frontal zone under crashing upper heights and thicknesses, and not only that, it's northern max, the most conducive lunar-geomagnetic event of the cycle.

    Add to that a major J-field energy peak and you've got potential carnage across the mid-section of the country.

    I am sure CNN and other news organizations will be all over the warning side of this developing situation, so the main thing will be to ensure that timely warnings are broadcast locally, however, that is always much easier done when people are aware from early in the day that they might well be hearing them later on.

    If I had to choose one place to wait for the action, it would probably be around Concordia KS to York NE, but you can hardly go wrong today from San Angelo to Redwood Falls MN, anyone might see a tornado later today.

    Now Paul, you promised to stay home ... :)

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  • Location: Leigh On Sea - Essex & Tornado Alley
  • Location: Leigh On Sea - Essex & Tornado Alley

    The Outbreak of the Year

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    :shok:

    I have a feeling this one could make News for all the wrong reasons later today!

    Paul S

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  • Location: Greenhithe, N/W Kent (home) City Of London (work)
  • Location: Greenhithe, N/W Kent (home) City Of London (work)

    Blimey just seen that, huge risk area today! :shok:

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  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.
  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.

    Yes... a huge tornado outbreak potential today with initiation due

    within the hour latest visible sat image @1715z.

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  • Location: Caterham-on-the-hill, Surrey, 190m asl (home), Heathrow (work)
  • Location: Caterham-on-the-hill, Surrey, 190m asl (home), Heathrow (work)

    Particularly Dangerous Situation (PDS) Tornado Watch 461 issued for parts of KS, NE, SD, and IA:

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    URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED

    TORNADO WATCH NUMBER 461

    NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK

    1055 AM CDT THU JUN 5 2008

    THE NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER HAS ISSUED A

    TORNADO WATCH FOR PORTIONS OF

    WESTERN IOWA

    NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS

    CENTRAL AND EASTERN NEBRASKA

    EXTREME SOUTHEAST SOUTH DAKOTA

    EFFECTIVE THIS THURSDAY MORNING AND EVENING FROM 1055 AM UNTIL

    700 PM CDT.

    ...THIS IS A PARTICULARLY DANGEROUS SITUATION...

    DESTRUCTIVE TORNADOES...LARGE HAIL TO 3 INCHES IN DIAMETER...

    THUNDERSTORM WIND GUSTS TO 80 MPH...AND DANGEROUS LIGHTNING ARE

    POSSIBLE IN THESE AREAS.

    THE TORNADO WATCH AREA IS APPROXIMATELY ALONG AND 115 STATUTE

    MILES NORTH AND SOUTH OF A LINE FROM 20 MILES SOUTH SOUTHWEST OF

    BROKEN BOW NEBRASKA TO 25 MILES EAST SOUTHEAST OF DENISON IOWA.

    FOR A COMPLETE DEPICTION OF THE WATCH SEE THE ASSOCIATED WATCH

    OUTLINE UPDATE (WOUS64 KWNS WOU1).

    REMEMBER...A TORNADO WATCH MEANS CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE FOR

    TORNADOES AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS IN AND CLOSE TO THE WATCH

    AREA. PERSONS IN THESE AREAS SHOULD BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR

    THREATENING WEATHER CONDITIONS AND LISTEN FOR LATER STATEMENTS

    AND POSSIBLE WARNINGS.

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  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.
  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.

    New Tornado watch 462

    TornadoWatch - 0100Z

    WWUS20 KWNS 051647

    SEL2

    SPC WW 051647

    KSZ000-OKZ000-060100-

    URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED

    TORNADO WATCH NUMBER 462

    NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK

    1150 AM CDT THU JUN 5 2008

    THE NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER HAS ISSUED A

    TORNADO WATCH FOR PORTIONS OF

    CENTRAL KANSAS

    NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA

    EFFECTIVE THIS THURSDAY MORNING AND EVENING FROM 1150 AM UNTIL

    800 PM CDT.

    ...THIS IS A PARTICULARLY DANGEROUS SITUATION...

    DESTRUCTIVE TORNADOES...LARGE HAIL TO 3 INCHES IN DIAMETER...

    THUNDERSTORM WIND GUSTS TO 80 MPH...AND DANGEROUS LIGHTNING ARE

    POSSIBLE IN THESE AREAS.

    THE TORNADO WATCH AREA IS APPROXIMATELY ALONG AND 60 STATUTE

    MILES EAST AND WEST OF A LINE FROM 30 MILES NORTH OF CONCORDIA

    KANSAS TO 70 MILES SOUTHWEST OF ENID OKLAHOMA. FOR A COMPLETE

    DEPICTION OF THE WATCH SEE THE ASSOCIATED WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE

    (WOUS64 KWNS WOU2).

    REMEMBER...A TORNADO WATCH MEANS CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE FOR

    TORNADOES AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS IN AND CLOSE TO THE WATCH

    AREA. PERSONS IN THESE AREAS SHOULD BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR

    THREATENING WEATHER CONDITIONS AND LISTEN FOR LATER STATEMENTS

    AND POSSIBLE WARNINGS.

    OTHER WATCH INFORMATION...CONTINUE...WW 459...WW 460...WW 461...

    DISCUSSION...THUNDERSTORMS WILL RAPIDLY DEVELOP ALONG SURFACE COLD

    FRONT/DRYLINE OVER CENTRAL KS AND NORTHWEST OK DURING THE NEXT FEW

    HOURS. THESE STORMS WILL INTERACT WITH EXTREME INSTABILITY AND VERY

    FAVORABLE LOW LEVEL AND DEEP LAYER VERTICAL SHEAR PROFILES FOR

    SUPERCELLS AND TORNADOES. IF STORMS CAN MAINTAIN MORE DISCRETE

    STRUCTURES THROUGH THE AFTERNOON...STRONG AND LONG-TRACK TORNADOES

    WILL BE POSSIBLE. OTHERWISE...WIDESPREAD DAMAGING WINDS AND LARGE

    HAIL ARE EXPECTED.

    from 11:50 AM CDT until 8:00 PM CDT. This Watch Box is also A Particluary Dangerous Situation...

    PROBABILITY TABLE:

    PROB OF 2 OR MORE TORNADOES : 90%

    PROB OF 1 OR MORE STRONG /F2-F5/ TORNADOES : 60%

    PROB OF 10 OR MORE SEVERE WIND EVENTS : >95%

    PROB OF 1 OR MORE WIND EVENTS >= 65 KNOTS : 70%

    PROB OF 10 OR MORE SEVERE HAIL EVENTS : >95%

    PROB OF 1 OR MORE HAIL EVENTS >= 2 INCHES : 90%

    PROB OF 6 OR MORE COMBINED SEVERE HAIL/WIND EVENTS : >95%

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  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.
  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.

    Mesoscale discussion concerning Tornado watch #461 & 462.

    MCD - 05/1915Z

    ACUS11 KWNS 051745

    SWOMCD

    SPC MCD 051744

    NEZ000-IAZ000-KSZ000-OKZ000-TXZ000-051915-

    MESOSCALE DISCUSSION 1228

    NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK

    1244 PM CDT THU JUN 05 2008

    AREAS AFFECTED...CNTRL/ERN NEB...CNTRL KS INTO NW OK

    CONCERNING...TORNADO WATCH 461...462...

    VALID 051744Z - 051915Z

    THE SEVERE WEATHER THREAT FOR TORNADO WATCH 461...462...CONTINUES.

    CYCLONIC MID-LEVEL JET CONTINUES TO GRADUALLY EDGE EASTWARD THROUGH

    THE CENTRAL PLAINS. AND...COOLING/LIFT ALONG/WEST OF THE JET AXIS

    IS WEAKENING INHIBITION ALONG INITIAL SURFACE COLD FRONT ADVANCING

    THROUGH THE CENTRAL PLAINS. CONVECTIVE DEVELOPMENT IS

    UNDERWAY...AND RAPID INTENSIFICATION/INCREASE IN AREAL COVERAGE IS

    ANTICIPATED BETWEEN NOW AND 20-21Z.

    IN THE PRESENCE OF STEEPENING LAPSE RATES...MIXED LAYER CAPE OF

    2000-3000 J/KG...AND STRONG DEEP LAYER SHEAR...A SEVERE SQUALL LINE

    LIKELY WILL DEVELOP ACROSS CENTRAL KANSAS INTO SOUTH CENTRAL

    NEBRASKA. THIS PROBABLY WILL BE ACCOMPANIED BY INCREASING POTENTIAL

    FOR STRONG TO EXTREMELY DAMAGING STRAIGHT LINE WINDS AS AN 80-90 KT

    SOUTH SOUTHWESTERLY 500 MB JET CORE REDEVELOPS OUT OF THE SOUTHERN

    ROCKIES INTO WESTERN/CENTRAL KANSAS.

    STRONGER LOW-LEVEL WARM ADVECTION REGIME AND CLOCKWISE CURVED

    LOW-LEVEL HODOGRAPHS WILL BE FOCUSED ACROSS CENTRAL INTO EASTERN

    NEBRASKA. THIS IS WHERE STORMS MAY REMAIN DISCRETE THE LONGEST

    BEFORE POSSIBLY CONGEALING INTO A LARGER STORM CLUSTER. SYNOPTIC

    WARM FRONT NEAR/NORTH OF BROKEN BOW INTO THE SIOUX CITY IA AREA MAY

    PROVIDE A FOCUS. BUT...SURFACE FLOW REMAINS BACKED AROUND TO

    SOUTHEASTERLY...SOUTHWARD INTO THE KANSAS/NEBRASKA BORDER AREA...

    NORTH OF OLD WARM FRONT/OUTFLOW BOUNDARY. FAVORABLE HODOGRAPHS

    COUPLED WITH AMBIENT VERTICAL VORTICITY NEAR DEEP SURFACE CYCLONE

    ...BENEATH BROADER SCALE DIFLUENT UPPER FLOW...MAY CONTRIBUTE TO A

    FEW LONG LIVED SUPERCELLS WITH STRONG TORNADOES.

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  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.
  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.

    Tornado warnings now in Kansas/Nebraska, also new MCD for Texas

    concerning Tornado watch.

    MCD - 05/1945Z

    ACUS11 KWNS 051838

    SWOMCD

    SPC MCD 051838

    OKZ000-TXZ000-051945-

    MESOSCALE DISCUSSION 1230

    NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK

    0138 PM CDT THU JUN 05 2008

    AREAS AFFECTED...NWRN TX...SWRN OK

    CONCERNING...SEVERE POTENTIAL...TORNADO WATCH LIKELY

    VALID 051838Z - 051945Z

    CONVECTIVE INITIATION APPEARS PROBABLE BY 20-21Z AS HEATING/MIXING

    BREAK CAPPING INVERSION ALONG DRYLINE. STRONG SWLYS ON SRN PERIPHERY

    OF INTENSE MID-LEVEL JET EJECTING FROM SRN ROCKIES TO THE CNTRL

    PLAINS...WILL SUPPORT SUPERCELL DEVELOPMENT INITIALLY WITH ATTENDANT

    THREATS FOR LARGE HAIL/DAMAGING WINDS/ISOLATED TORNADOES. A TORNADO

    WATCH WILL LIKELY BE ISSUED PRIOR TO 20Z.

    RECENT VIS IMAGERY DEPICT CU/TCU INCREASING ALONG DRYLINE...SITUATED

    FROM NEAR GAG SWWD TO MAF AS OF 18Z. ALTHOUGH THE MOST SIGNIFICANT

    MID-LEVEL FORCING/HEIGHT FALLS ASSOCIATED WITH POTENT HIGH PLAINS

    SHORT WAVE WILL REMAIN WELL N OF THE REGION...CONTINUED DAYTIME

    HEATING/MIXING WILL LIKELY RESULT IN AT LEAST ISOLATED TO SCATTERED

    TSTMS FORMING DURING THE MID/LATE-AFTERNOON. SHEAR/INSTABILITY

    PARAMETERS WILL BE QUITE FAVORABLE FOR SUPERCELLS WITH SEVERE

    HAIL/WINDS LIKELY. GIVEN THE DEGREE OF MIXING...RELATIVELY HIGH

    BASES MAY MITIGATE A MORE SUBSTANTIAL TORNADO THREAT.

    NEVERTHELESS...STRONG LOW-LEVEL SLYS WILL SUPPORT POTENTIAL TORNADIC

    DEVELOPMENT.

    TornadoWarning - 05/1945Z

    WFUS53 KGLD 051840

    TORGLD

    KSC071-199-051945-

    O.NEW.KGLD.TO.W.0063.080605T1841Z-080605T1945Z

    BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED

    TORNADO WARNING

    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS

    1241 PM MDT THU JUN 5 2008

    THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN GOODLAND HAS ISSUED A

    * TORNADO WARNING FOR...

    NORTHERN GREELEY COUNTY IN WEST CENTRAL KANSAS...

    SOUTHEASTERN WALLACE COUNTY IN WEST CENTRAL KANSAS...

    * UNTIL 145 PM MDT

    * AT 1238 PM MDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A

    SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A TORNADO NEAR HORACE...

    MOVING NORTHEAST AT 32 MPH.

    * THE TORNADO WILL BE NEAR...

    RURAL NORTHERN GREELEY COUNTY AROUND 100 PM MDT

    RURAL SOUTHERN WALLACE COUNTY AROUND 110 PM MDT

    RURAL NORTHEASTERN GREELEY COUNTY AROUND 110 PM MDT

    RURAL SOUTHEASTERN WALLACE COUNTY AROUND 120 PM MDT

    RURAL EASTERN WALLACE COUNTY AROUND 130 PM MDT

    THIS INCLUDES HIGHWAY 27 BETWEEN MILE MARKERS 109 AND 140.

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  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.
  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.

    First confirmed Tornado touchdowns in Gove County Kansas, reported from spotters.

    Six Tornado warnings in effect in Kansas.

    Live streaming http://data.ksn.com/video/radarstream.html

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  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.
  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.

    Most of the storms in Kansas are showing intense rotation

    but very few touchdowns, the main concern is straight line

    winds at around 60-75mph accompanied with tennis to baseball

    sized hail..!!! Ouch.!!

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  • Location: Rossland BC Canada
  • Location: Rossland BC Canada

    Words almost fail me as I look at this situation developing ... air masses are literally rushing towards a developing front through central NE and KS ... winds are generally gusting to 50-55 mph from the south ahead of this front in most of OK, e KS and se NE ... and from the SW to W at 55-60 mph in the hot, dry desert air rushing into w KS, w OK and the TX panhandle. ... Any storms that can work on this energy and rotate it further will go rapidly to F4-5 tornadic levels. And the activity is really just in its formative stages now, much colder air will rush into the vacuum from eastern CO and undercut all of the air masses in place ... start brewing the coffee, friends, this sucker peaks at about 04z or 0500 BST, and I think some of the worst storms will be after dark in western IA, eastern NE, eastern KS and central OK.

    As I mentioned earlier, CNN has frequent coverage and I would imagine that local TV stations are very tuned in to this high risk, so anyone who gets surprised by one of these monsters later on has nobody to blame but themselves ... if I lived in a trailer in this zone today, I would be staying with relatives or checking into a large hotel (and take a room on the northeast side at ground level).

    Tomorrow, by the way, more of the same further east, not quite as potent looking but still a moderate to high risk situation for states to the east of today's risk zone.

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  • Location: Leigh On Sea - Essex & Tornado Alley
  • Location: Leigh On Sea - Essex & Tornado Alley

    I know this might sound Mad, but I am genuinly happy I am not out there chasing this Risk today, Storm Motions are akin to Concorde across the board, have seen one Storm moving NE @ 83mph, that is just crazy, lots of the boys in the field are just sitting east of the Storms and just watching for features, most of them are HP As well, not nice, signs things are more Linear than first thought as well, nasty Bow echoes are not nice and can be the strength of a low end EF2. Obviously given the choice and if someone handed me a Ticket to chase then I would but this would not be high on my desireable chases for the 2008 Season!

    Paul S

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  • Location: Rossland BC Canada
  • Location: Rossland BC Canada

    Noted at 22z that wind gusts at Liberal KS were reaching 66 mph, and this is over a hundred miles behind the developing squall line which is west of Wichita KS to Enid OK. The cell west of Enid at present looks very juicy and will probably become tornadic soon, but would just not want to be anywhere ahead of this squall line in eastern NE or KS into OK from now to 06z, the whole thing could become damaging over a large percentage of its length. The upper level winds are screaming at 100 knots (500 mb) to 130 knots (250 mbs) so as these cells grow in vertical extent, they will be pushed along faster and will have to rotate to stay in line.

    Quite often in this sort of a situation, the worst tornadoes will show up very late near the warm front so residents of southern MN and northern IA may need to stay on alert all night.

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  • Location: Leigh On Sea - Essex & Tornado Alley
  • Location: Leigh On Sea - Essex & Tornado Alley

    LOL :) @ The Storm Speed

    AT 500 PM CDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE METEOROLOGISTS WERE

    TRACKING A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING DAMAGING HAIL

    UP TO GOLF BALL SIZE...AND DAMAGING WINDS OF 60 TO 75 MPH. THIS

    STORM WAS LOCATED 18 MILES SOUTHWEST OF WINDOM...OR 14 MILES

    NORTHWEST OF HUTCHINSON...AND MOVING NORTHEAST AT 71 MPH.

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