Monthly Archives: February 2011

>Forecast Discussion February 28, 2011

> Today is the end of meteorological winter. After last night’s storm, will be looking forward to next storm. At this time, models in no agreement. Below is Model Analyses. ECMWF- Similar set-up to last night’s wintry storm. However, sharp … Continue reading

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>Forecast Discussion Feb 27 2011 Severe Weather

> This is a special Forecast Discussion about developing severe weather in the Plains into the Midwest. Right now, Strong low pressure in West Oklahoma has long occluded/warm front extending into the Ohio Valley. Cold front extending near New Mexico … Continue reading

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>Feb. 27 Tornado Watch

>A tornado watch has been issued until 9pm CDT for the following areas: -North Central Oklahoma -Southeast Kansas As of 3:41pm CDT, the potential for storms has increased enough so a tornado watch has been issued. Strong storms can be … Continue reading

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>Today’s Severe Weather Reports

>Green = Large Hail. Blue= Strong Winds. Red= Tornadoes.

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>2001 Severe Weather Report Summary

> From SPC. Below in order, are reports of Large Hail, High Winds, and Tornadoes for the year 2001. Below we see the main area for large hail is definitely Tornado Alley. Below we can see the main area for … Continue reading

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>2000 Severe Weather Report Summary

> From SPC In order: Reports of Large Hail, High Winds, and Tornadoes for the year 2000. Below, the main area for large hail was Tornado Alley back into the Midwest. Below, the area for high winds was the entire … Continue reading

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>Feb. 27 Severe Thunderstorm Watch

>A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued until 9pm CDT for portions of EAST KANSAS and portions of NORTH MISSOURI. At 1:40pm CDT… Strong to severe thunderstorms were developing in East Kansas moving Northeast. These storms are single celled, making … Continue reading

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