Monthly Archives: December 2010

>Weather Explained: Supercell

> What is a supercell? A supercell is the most likely to become severe. It is isolated from other storms. Supercells are characterized by their rotation in clouds. What does a supercell look like from the ground? A supercell is … Continue reading

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>Weather Explained: Bow Echo

> What is a Bow Echo? A bow echo is a line of storms in a curve shape. Below is a picture. It is a squall line that carries very intense winds. What can a bow echo do? Bow echoes … Continue reading

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>Plains Blizzard creating Hazardous Conditions.

> A low pressure system is currently moving north in the Midwest. It is producing heavy snow and blizzard conditions in the Plains. The Storm Prediction Center has issued an image on the matter. Above, we can see the low … Continue reading

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>Weather Explained: Squall Line

> What is a squall line? A squall line is a band of intense storms moving together in a line. They are associated with cold fronts, as cold air meets warm air. What do squall lines do? Tornadoes have been … Continue reading

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>Severe storms strike Midwest, Plains.

> Severe storms are currently hitting the Midwest and exiting the Plains. The storms are the result of a low pressure system moving north through the Plains with a cold front, bringing an end to the warm weather across the … Continue reading

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>National New Years Forecast

>Good evening everyone! It looks like it’s almost time to ring in the new year, and that means it’s time for your New Years forecast! Out in the Northwest, not much will be happening. A trough, or area of continuous … Continue reading

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>New Years Storm Graphic

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