Monthly Archives: June 2015

6/27/15 OH Severe

For record keeping purposes, here is a discussion I created at 11:30PM on 6/26/15 for in-house Neoweather viewing regarding Saturday’s severe potential in eastern Ohio With water vapor imagery showing the trough associated with our storm beginning to slow down … Continue reading

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June 22nd, 2015 Severe Weather Threat

A regional severe weather event/potentially outbreak is likely on Monday across parts of the Upper Mississippi Valley east into the Great Lakes. All modes of severe weather will be possible, however, uncertainty mainly regarding ongoing convection remains in this forecast. … Continue reading

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Sunday-Monday Midwest/Great Lakes/Ohio Valley Severe Threat

For record keeping purposes, here is a post I made on an online weather forum regarding the upcoming severe threat. Just from an ingredients based perspective, I’d have to think there’s pretty good potential in the sub-forum Monday-Monday night. Fairly … Continue reading

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6/7/15 Severe Threat in Ohio

Not at all a straight forward severe forecast as moisture return/instability issues and timing of better upper level dynamics are both marginal for Ohio. Two upper level jet streaks evident on water vapor imagery‚Ķone over the Four Corners region ejecting … Continue reading

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