Monthly Archives: May 2015

5/27/15 Ohio Severe Thoughts

For record keeping purposes, here is a discussion and associated map I created for Neoweather.com regarding the severe threat in Ohio on Wednesday May 27. Decent large scale ascent in the right-entrance quadrant of an upper level jet streak with … Continue reading

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5/26/15 OH Severe Potential

For record keeping purposes, here is a map and associated discussion I made for discussion with my Neoweather forecast colleagues regarding a potential severe event in Ohio on Tuesday May 26, 2015. Modest large scale support for this scenario and … Continue reading

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5/11/15: Ohio Severe Thoughts

For the record, here is a discussion I privately posted for other Neoweather.com forecasters to read and comment to as we came up with a severe forecast for Monday. This was posted at about 5PM Sunday afternoon however I haven’t … Continue reading

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5/8/15: Morning Update on Plains Severe Weather

I woke up early to do hand analysis of the mandatory levels to take another look at today’s severe weather potential in the Plains. Water vapor loops and 12z 250mb analysis show the nose of stronger winds aloft and a … Continue reading

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5/8/15: Multi-day Severe Weather Outbreak Upcoming in the Central US

Please note that the thoughts in this post should not be used for decision making purposes. You can find “official” severe weather outlooks and watches at: http://www.spc.noaa.gov You can find “official” local forecasts, watches and warnings at: http://www.weather.gov The Storm … Continue reading

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