Category Archive: Severe Weather

Oct 05

Hurricane Matthew: A Concerning, Heightened Threat For East Florida, Southeast Coast.

Hurricane Matthew already has a very lengthy resume and track record as it barrels into the Bahamas, having torn through parts of Haiti and Cuba. Matthew continues to remain a high-end Category 3 hurricane with 120 mph sustained winds. Now that is entering the Bahamas, there is increased water real-estate, water that is very warm …

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Jun 20

Severe Weather The Theme This Week Across The East; Wednesday Looks Concerning

The heat is real, severe weather season is ramping up and today, we officially begin astronomical summer. Over the next several days, we will see several waves of severe weather impact parts of the upper Plains, Midwest, Great Lakes, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. TODAY: Beginning today, strong to severe storms will be possible from northern …

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Jun 09

Severe Weather Threat Moves To The Great Lakes On Saturday

As we head through the week and as we approach the weekend, particularly, Saturday, all the buzz in the weather world has been centered on the threat for severe weather across parts of the Great Lakes. It’s received a good deal of attention since the forecasters at the Storm Prediction Center had outlined a Day …

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Jun 05

Severe Weather Event For the Mid-Atlantic, Eastern Seaboard on Sunday; A Few Tornadoes Possible

Before I delve into the details of this article, please note what the last two words of the article headliner states, and understand what they mean… “Tornadoes Possible”. This means that dynamic support is favorable for the threat for tornadoes. It does not state that a major tornado outbreak is expected. The biggest battle in …

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Apr 24

Significant, Multi-Day Severe Weather Event Likely Tues/Weds; Strong Tornadoes Possible.

We are seeing the overall weather pattern becoming increasingly volatile and supportive of more frequent, intense severe weather episodes. A volatile pattern such as the one we’re heading into is very common in a transition period from an El Nino phase to a La Nina phase, as the overall dynamic support and pattern becomes ripe …

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Mar 31

Significant Severe Weather Possible Today From The Southeast To The Ohio Valley

Day two of a multi-day severe weather event and today appears to present a similar setup as yesterday. However, the threat moves east with potential impacts along and east of the lower Mississippi Valley, the Gulf States, the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys and stretching as far north as the lower Great Lakes. While the overall …

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Feb 23

Significant Severe Weather Becoming More Likely Tuesday, Wednesday Across Gulf States

While this week’s storm system will be producing snow and ice scenarios to the north across parts of the Midwest and Great Lakes, to the south in the “warm” sector of the storm system, severe weather will be play a large and potentially significant threat Tuesday, Tuesday night and into Wednesday across much of the …

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Jan 31

Major Winter Storm To Impact Rockies to The Upper Midwest; Severe Weather Threat To the South

Well, the ingredients are nearly all on the table for a major winter storm across the Rockies, Plains and upper Midwest beginning Monday. I say nearly all because the energy needed to produce this winter storm has yet to reach land, as it is still in the Pacific Ocean. This will all change by tonight …

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Dec 30

Major, Life-Threatening Flooding Situation Across The Southeast Will Continue

As if the Southeast US hasn’t seen enough prolific flooding over the last week, unfortunately, things are going to worsen before they show any signs of improvement. Some of the photos and videos coming in across social media are just horrific as streets are turning into 10 ft deep rivers and carrying houses along with …

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Dec 26

Major Flooding, A Major Winter Storm & Severe Weather Through The Weekend And Next Week

Lots to talk about so let’s dive right in. Major flooding continuing across parts of the Southeast with northern Alabama and northwest Georgia under Flash Flood Warnings. Here is a look at a radar grab from 7:13p CST; a deluge across the region… A look at the latest Watch/Warnings map from the National Weather Service …

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